What you'll learn
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5 countries: 5 economies: 2 competitions (Includes Economics English course)
Feel a sense of intellectualism whenever they participate in a discussion about football!
Be able to argue for/against wanting to host the World Cup
See the 2018 World Cup in a whole new (economics) light!
An interest in understanding world affairs - especially the economics behind the World Cup 2018!
A realisation that although France won the World Cup there will also be an economic impact in Russia, Croatia, UK - and America!
The role of penalties in international footballDescription
Includes a NEW section on India and football !Five reasons to TAKE THIS COURSE right now:You cannot lose - 30 day refund if you really really don't like the course BUT if you DO like it:a. updated lecturesb. case studies based on very very current news itemsc. detailed responses to messagesd. I constantly attempt to have a 'class atmosphere' e.g. throwing questions open to alle. regular Announcements that are not disguised sales ploysf. regular FREE access to numerous other courses offered by meI am a lecturer/teacher in Economics by trade i.e. I teach full-time for a living. I have been Principal, Director of Studies and Head of Economics. (Oxford, UK) I have lectured in University, adult evening classes and also run over 50 seminars in the UKI am/have been an Examiner for FIVE different examination boardsI have 100+ books on Amazon - many of them about business/economicsThe success of my students has been featured on the BBC, Daily Telegraph, The Times and I have been featured on TV in 2 countries.MOTIVATIONI make courses on Udemy primarily because I enjoy the process of causing learning. Many of my courses are to improve lives. One of the Economics courses is to raise money for charity. (100% of revenue goes to the charity) Fundamentally this course is about helping you.About this courseThis is an economics course about the economic impact of the 2018 World Cup. (Macro economics and micro economics) By basing the course around the World Cup we make the subject , relevant, approachable and Economics actually becomes.... easy!We look at the impact of the World Cup on various countries but also consider the economic theory behind this impact. Macro economics concepts include:The multiplierInflationEconomic growth UnemploymentInternational tradeAggregate demandInjections/leakagesGovernment economic policyBalance of paymentsEconomies:RussiaFranceUKUSACroatiaWe also apply game theory to penalty shoot-outs. (Football) The course starts off with the 2014 World Cup but quickly moves on to the impact of hosting the football tournament, of qualifying (or not) and actually winning he final. We also consider controversies and...Pussy Riot!Although the course is looking at the World Cup, make no mistake, this is all economics, economics, economics!July 2019: Workbook added on Economics and declutteringChaptersChapter 1 : The economics of declutteringChapter 2: Decluttering the companyChapter 3: How to declutter like an EconomistChapter 4: Buy less.Chapter 5: The economics of tidying upChapter 6: Declutter your businessChapter 7: Mistakes people make when declutteringChapter 8: The Kondo Effect: the economy-changing magic of tidying upTopics:DeclutteringSunk costsCosts of clutter5S lean manufacturingLean managementDeclutter your mail inboxDeclutter your home officeWasting time and opportunitiesThinking like an economistA rich life with less stuffMinimalismHow much is enoughThe art of letting goRecyclingStatus quo biasDiminishing returnsDecluttering mistakesMarie KondoMinimalismConsumerismMinimalism and economics: the endowment effect30 December 2019Workbook added on Economics 2020August 2021New section on India and footballOverview
Section 1: Friendly advice
Lecture 1 Friendly advice
Section 2: Please watch this first!
Lecture 2 Please watch this first!
Section 3: Football...India...Football
Lecture 3 Introduction
Lecture 4 Ticket sales
Lecture 5 Sponsors
Lecture 6 Television (Part 1)
Lecture 7 Television (Part 2)
Lecture 8 Football, and Economics in India (Part 1)
Lecture 9 Football, and Economics in India (Part 2)
Lecture 10 Football, and Economics in India (Part 3)
Lecture 11 Indian Super League
Lecture 12 The Homework Lecture! (Part 1)
Lecture 13 The Homework Lecture! (Part 2)
Lecture 14 The Homework Lecture! (Part 3)
Lecture 15 Economics of football around the world (Part 1)
Lecture 16 Economics of football around the world (Part 2)
Lecture 17 Economics of football around the world (Part 3)
Lecture 18 Economics of football around the world (Part 4)
Lecture 19 Podcast
Lecture 20 Football roots (Part 1)
Lecture 21 Football roots (Part 2)
Lecture 22 Football roots (Part 3)
Lecture 23 Football roots (Part 4)
Lecture 24 Should India bid for the World Cup? (Part 1)
Lecture 25 Should India bid for the World Cup? (Part 2)
Lecture 26 Questions, questions, questions
Lecture 27 Annual Review
Lecture 28 ESL/Harry Kane (Part 1)
Lecture 29 ESL/Harry Kane (Part 2)
Lecture 30 ESL/Harry Kane (Part 3)
Section 4: Oxford School of Learning Diploma
Lecture 31 About the Diploma
Section 5: Introduction
Lecture 32 World Cup 2014
Lecture 33 General benefits to hosting
Lecture 34 Export-led growth
Lecture 35 The multiplier
Lecture 36 Specific benefits of hosting - for Russia
Lecture 37 Real cost of World Cup
Lecture 38 Aggregate demand
Lecture 39 The economists
Lecture 40 Elasticity of demand
Lecture 41 Economic theory
Lecture 42 Game theory and penalty shootouts
Lecture 43 The World Cup final
Lecture 44 Finalists
Lecture 45 Croatia
Lecture 46 France
Lecture 47 Impact on UK
Lecture 48 Russia
Lecture 49 Controversies
Lecture 50 Pussy Riot
Lecture 51 Who missed out?
Lecture 52 What if...England had won?
Section 6: Learning and Mind Maps
Lecture 53 Teaching is the art of causing learning (part 1)
Lecture 54 Teaching is the art of causing learning (part 2)
Lecture 55 Teaching is the art of causing learning (part 3)
Lecture 56 Mind maps
Lecture 57 Mind maps (part 2)
Section 7: Mind Map a Textbook!
Lecture 58 Mind Map a Textbook!
Section 8: The Economics of football - a very, very short course
Lecture 59 Introduction
Lecture 60 Football attendances
Lecture 61 Sponsorship
Lecture 62 TV rights
Lecture 63 A case study
Lecture 64 Two books; two theses
Lecture 65 Two books; two theses (part 2)
Lecture 66 Two books; two theses (part 3)
Lecture 67 Two books; two theses (part 4)
Lecture 68 Galatasary
Lecture 69 Conclusion
Section 9: Bonus
Lecture 70 Bonus
Anyone who follows football and is interested in the economic impact of the 2018 World Cup - in theory and practice,Everyone who has/has not studied economics before - there is so much to learn here!,Someone who watched some/all of the World Cup and wondered 'What if....?'
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