Introduction to Economics
ED 2021 | Innovatank
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Charles Albert Ramsay interviewed Julien Brault, CEO at Hardbacon a Financial App with the misson of helping Canadians manage their finances better. They discuss subjects in cryptocurrencies, banking and global warming.
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Part 2 – An Introduction to the Social Science of Economics.
2b – The Principles of Economic Life.
5 – The Three Major Schools of Economic Thought
6 – Institutions and Economic Systems.
Part 3 – An Introduction to the Discipline of Microeconomics.
9 – Monopoly and Other Situations of Imperfect Competition.
10 – Supply, Perfect Competition, and Equilibrium…
12 b – Markets Analysis in Real-Life Situations.
13 – When Markets Need to be Told What to Do.
Part 4 – An Introduction to the Discipline of Macroeconomics.
14 – The Circular Flow of Money.
15 – Economic Output Accounting.
23 – Globalization and the Quebec Economy.
Part 5 – An Introduction to Macroeconomic Modelling.
24 – Keynesian Macroeconomic Theory.
24b – Exercises for Keynesian Macroeconomic Theory.
25 – Consensus Macroeconomic Theory.
26 – A Long-Run Consensus Macroeconomic Theory.
26 b – Economic Growth, Innovation and Productivity.
Charles-Albert Ramsay is an economist, popularizer, and teacher. The result of a non-linear career path, he has been able to share his passion for economic development with readers and with students. He was trained in economics at the Université de Sherbrooke. His research was interested in technological change, and was inspired by the works of Alfred Marshall, Jane Jacobs, and Michael Porter. A curious person by nature, Mr. Ramsay has travelled extensively in Quebec to report on innovative businesses, as a journalist for Les Affaires, and the Argent-TVA business news television channel. His curiosity will bring him to Sudbury, Ontario, to the Quebec North-Shore, and even to South Africa. For the last 10 years, he has been teaching economics at Dawson College, where his students are now exposed to his passion for economic development.
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