Intro to Political Economy by Michael Munge at Duke University

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source: Duke University Department of Political Science    2016年2月9日
Michael Munger is Professor of Political Science and Director of the PPE Certificate Program at Duke University.
Introduction to Political Economy is a self-contained and nontechnical overview of the intellectual history of political economy, the logic of microeconomics, and the definitions used in macroeconomics. It introduces the notion of a political economy, emphasizing the moral and ethical problems that markets solve, and fail to solve.
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Class Intro and Overview - Intro to Political Economy 15:51
Institutions and Revolutions - Intro to Political Economy 55:18
Property - Intro to Political Economy 1:02:18
Division of Labor - Intro to Political Economy 53:47
Entrepreneurship and Rent-Seeking - Intro to Political Economy 38:41
Entrepreneurship - Intro to Political Economy 56:54
Opportunity Cost, Price, and What Stuff is 'Worth' - Intro to Political Economy 58:10
Money, Banking, & Public Finance - Intro to Political Economy 1:09:05
Bitcoin - Intro to Political Economy 59:12
Morality & the Free Market - Intro to Political Economy 53:19
Choosing in Groups - Intro to Political Economy 57:47
Choosing in Groups II - Intro to Political Economy 57:57
Basics of Political Choice - Intro to Political Economy 52:06
Impossibility and Social Choice - Intro to Political Economy 56:45
Externalities and Market Failure - Intro to Political Economy 32:54
Pirates and the Theory of the Firm - Intro to Political Economy 52:20
Political Choice in Multiple Dimensions - Intro to Political Economy 57:26

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