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- June 2013 (5)
- 19: Ricardian Model 9. Opportunity costs and gains from trade example 2
- 19: Ricardian Model 8. Opportunity costs and gains from trade Example 1
- 19: Ricardian Model 7. Opportunity costs and ppc
- 19: Ricardian Model 6. Gains from Trade Example
- 19: Ricardian Model 5. Production possibilities curve using unit lab requirements

- May 2013 (70)
- 27: Ricardian Model 4. Unit Lab Requirement and PPC
- 27: Ricardian Model 3. Production Possibilities Frontier
- 27: Ricardian Model 2. Production functions in two sectors
- 27: Ricardian Model 1. Assumptions of Ricardian Model
- 27: Impossible Trinity Explained
- 25: Open economy IS-LM model Introduction (0)
- 25: BP curve and perfect capital mobility (0)
- 25: BP Curve-meaning (0)
- 25: Fixed exchange rate, imperfect capital mobility BP steeper than LM and increase in government expenditures (0)
- 25: Fixed exchange rate, imperfect capital mobility BP steeper than LM and increase in money supply (0)
- 25: Fixed exchange rate, imperfect capital mobility BP flatter than LM and increase in money supply (0)
- 25: Flexible exchange rate, perfect capital mobility and increase in money supply (0)
- 25: Fixed exchange rate, imperfect capital mobility BP flatter than LM and increase in government expenditure (0)
- 25: Flexible exchange rate, perfect capital mobility and increase in government expenditure (0)
- 25: Fixed exchange rate, perfect capital mobility and increase in government expenditure (0)
- 25: Fixed exchange rate, perfect capital mobility and increase in money supply (0)
- 25: LM Curve in Open economy (0)
- 25: Shifts in the open economy IS curve (0)
- 25: Open economy IS curve (0)
- 25: BOP Adjustment under Fixed exchange rate (0)
- 25: BOP Adjustment under Flexible exchange rate (0)
- 25: Current Account Deficit Good or Bad (0)
- 25: BOP Account Double Entry System (0)
- 25: Capital Account of BOP (0)
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- 25: Relative Purchasing Power Parity (0)
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- 25: Law of one price (0)
- 25: Uncovered Interest Parity Part 3 (0)
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- 25: Uncovered Interest Parity Part1 (0)
- 25: Covered interest parity (0)
- 25: Flexible Exchange Rates (0)
- 25: Fixed exchange rate system (0)
- 25: Real Exchange rate (0)
- 25: Nominal Exchange rate (0)
- 11: Games with Imperfect Information introduction (0)
- 11: Power of commitment and bargaining game (0)
- 11: Second Mover advantage Extensive form game (0)
- 11: First Mover advantage Extensive form game (0)
- 11: Backward Induction equilibrium example 3 (0)
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- 11: Bargaining game Backward Induction equilibrium Part 1 (0)
- 11: Battle of sexes Extensive form game Subgame perfect Nash equilbrium Part 4 (0)
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- 11: Extensive Form game Example 2 (0)
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- 11: Mixed strategy Nash Equilibrium 3 X 3 game example 2 (0)
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- 11: Mixed strategy Nash Equilibrium Example 2 Part 2 (0)
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- 11: Stag Hunt (0)
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- 11: Iterated elimination of weakly dominated strategies example (0)
- 11: Iterated elimination of strictly dominated strategies example 3 (0)
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- 11: Strictly and weakly dominant strategies introduction (0)
- 11: Contract as a way out of prisoner’s dilemma (0)
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- November 2012 (26)
- 13: Points of inflexion of the normal curve (0)
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- 13: Mean and median of normal distribution are equal (0)
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- 10: if A is a subset of B the C-B is a subset of C-A (0)
- 10: A U (A intersection B)= A and A intersection(A U B)= A (0)
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- 07: X,Y,Z XUY=XUZ (0)
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- 05: A= (A INTERSECTION B) UNION ( A-B) and A UNION (B-A) = A U B (0)
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- 01: A uniform die is thrown at random. Find the probability that the number on it is (0)
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- October 2012 (34)
- 30: The letters in the word article are arranged at random (0)
- 29: A bag contains 20 coupons marked with numbers 1-20 (0)
- 28: Find the probability that in 5 tossings, a perfect coin turns up head atleast 3 (0)
- 27: If 6 dice are thrown then the what is the probability of all showing different faces (0)
- 26: What is the probability that a non leap year should have fifty three Sundays? (0)
- 25: In a single throw of two uniform die. Find the probability of throwing (i) 4 (ii) 8 (0)
- 24: There are 4 clubs on a street. If 3 men walk into the clubs (0)
- 23: P(A bar)= 1-P(A) (0)
- 22: Multiplication theorem for independent events (0)
- 21: Theorem: the probability of simultaneous happening of two events (0)
- 20: In a random arrangement of the letters of the word MATHEMATICS (0)
- 19: Find the probability that in a random arrangement of letters of the word ASSASSINATION (0)
- 18: Probability of spreading a rumour (0)
- 17: If 10 men among whom are A and B, stand in a row (0)
- 16: Introduction to Complex Numbers (0)
- 15: derivatives f(x) = tanx and f(x) = cotx using first principles (0)
- 14: derivatives f(x) = sinx and f(x) = cosx using first principles (0)
- 13: derivatives f(x)=x^-1 and f(x) = x^n using first principles (0)
- 12: Geometric interpretation of derivative (0)
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- 08: Inverse Trignometric differentiation (0)
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- 05: Implicit differentiation simple examples (0)
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- 02: example 3 on finding value of the symmetric function of alpha beta gamma. (0)
- 02: example 4 to evaluate value of sum of alpha by beta plus beta by alpha (0)
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- 01: Example 6 finding sum of beta square plus gamma square by beta plus gamma from a cubic equation (0)

- September 2012 (43)
- 30: Transformation of equations example 1 (0)
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- 28: Transformation of equations example 3 (0)
- 27: Transformation of equations example 4 (0)
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- 24: finding roots of a cubic given roots are in GP and difference of the roots (0)
- 23: Finding root of cubic examples (0)
- 22: Cubic equation special (0)
- 21: Theory of equations and roots (0)
- 20: LM Tests for Hetroscedasticity (0)
- 19: Consequences of ignoring hetroscedasticity (0)
- 18: Hetroscedasticity Introduction (0)
- 17: Dummy Variable Trap (0)
- 17: Dummy Variables example 2 (0)
- 16: Dummy variable example 1 (0)
- 16: Dummy Variables Introduction (0)
- 15: LM Test for first order serial (Auto) correlation (0)
- 15: Durbin Watson test (0)
- 14: Consequences of ignoring serial (Auto) correlation (0)
- 14: Serial (Auto) correlation of first order (0)
- 13: Serial (Auto) Correlation introduction (0)
- 13: Assumptions about the pattern of hetroscedasticity (0)
- 12: Whites test for hetroscedasticity (0)
- 12: 3 Sequences videos (0)
- 12: 4 Intervals of real number (0)
- 12: 5 Archimedean Property of the real numbers and associated corollary (0)
- 12: 4 Convergence of sequences videos (0)
- 11: lin log model (0)
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- 08: Functional forms elasticities (0)
- 07: Functional Forms introduction (0)
- 06: How to identify multicollinearity (0)
- 05: Consequences of ignoring multicollinearity (0)
- 05: 3 Lagrangean Method concepts you must know (0)
- 04: Exact Multicollinearity (0)
- 03: Introduction to Multicollinearity part 2 (0)
- 03: Introduction to Multicollinearity part 1 (0)
- 02: Testing several coeffecients jointly Example 2 (0)
- 02: Testing several coeffecients jointly Example 1 (0)
- 01: Test of Goodness of fit in 2 variable regression model (0)
- 01: Two tailed t test example (0)

- August 2012 (46)
- 31: 4 Supremum Properties for a set (0)
- 31: 3 Bounded Function videos (0)
- 31: 3 more Supremum and Infimum concepts (0)
- 30: One tailed t test example (0)
- 29: Introduction to Joint Hypothesis Testing (0)
- 28: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing Part 3 (0)
- 28: 7 Optimization in Economics videos (0)
- 27: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing Part 2 (0)
- 27: 5 Logarithmic functions applications (0)
- 26: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing Part 1 (0)
- 25: Omission of an important variable (0)
- 24: 3 Exponential Functions and their applications concepts (0)
- 24: Normal equations 3 variable regression model (0)
- 23: Computation of R2 Part 2 (0)
- 22: Computation of R2 Part 1 (0)
- 22: 3 Application of Integrals in Economics videos-I (0)
- 21: Gauss markov theorem part 2 (0)
- 21: 3 Total derivatives and Implicit function theorem concepts (0)
- 21: 5 Functions and their applications videos (0)
- 20: Gauss markov theorem part 1 (0)
- 19: Variance of beta two hat (0)
- 18: Unbiasedness of slope estimator (0)
- 17: Residuals are uncorrelated with predicted y (0)
- 16: Sample regression function in deviation form (0)
- 15: Mean value of residuals is equal to zero (0)
- 14: Mean value of est Y is equal to mean value of actual Y (0)
- 13: Regression line will pass through sample means (0)
- 12: Beta two hat simplification (0)
- 11: Normal equations simple linear regression model (0)
- 10: Why OLS (0)
- 10: Intuition to Econometrics (0)
- 09: What are deterministic and Statistical relationships Distinguish between them (0)
- 09: Distinguish between regression, causation and correlation (0)
- 08: Ordinary least squares (0)
- 08: Derivation of a normal equation (0)
- 07: Derive the deviation form of beta 2 hat deviation form of slope term (0)
- 07: Regression line passes through sample means of x and y (0)
- 06: Mean value of the estimated y is equal to the mean value of the actual y (0)
- 06: Write a simple linear regression model in a deviation form (0)
- 05: Assuming a simple linear regression model, show that the residuals are uncorrelated with predicted y (0)
- 05: Explain the first assumption of CLRM, i e ‘Linearity of a model’ (0)
- 04: Poisson Distribution example 1 (0)
- 04: Explain the second assumption of CLRM, i e ‘ X values are assumed to be fixed in a repeated sampling’ (0)
- 03: Third moment of Poisson distribution (0)
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- July 2012 (63)
- 31: Poisson Distribution introduction (0)
- 30: Recurrance formula for probabilities of binomial distribution (0)
- 30: 4 Videos from Newton’s iteration to stationary points (0)
- 29: Distribution function example 1 (0)
- 29: 2 Videos on increasing and decreasing functions (0)
- 28: Probability density function example 2 (0)
- 28: 2 Videos explaining the difference between linear and quadratic approximation (0)
- 27: Probability density function example 1 (0)
- 27: 3 Quadratic approximation videos (0)
- 26: Cumulative distribution function introduction (0)
- 26: Probability density function introduction (0)
- 26: 3 Videos on Importance of approximation and finding product approximation (0)
- 25: Second moment of binomial distribution around mean (0)
- 25: First moment of Binomial distribution about mean (0)
- 25: 3 Linear approximation examples (0)
- 24: First moment of Binomial distribution about mean (0)
- 24: Binomial Distribution Example 3 (0)
- 23: Binomial Distribution Example 2 (0)
- 23: Binomial Distribution Example 1 (0)
- 23: 2 Aggregate demand and Multiplier fundas (0)
- 22: Binomial Distribution Introduction (0)
- 22: Mathematical expectation example 2 (0)
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- 20: Mathematical expectation example 1 (0)
- 19: Properties of mathematical expectation (0)
- 18: Mathematical Expectation meaning (0)
- 18: expectation of sum is equal to sum of expectation (0)
- 18: 3 Linear approximation concepts (0)
- 17: E(xy) = E(x)E(y) (0)
- 17: Range and Interquartile Range (0)
- 16: Variability in data even though summary statistics are same (0)
- 16: Quartiles (0)
- 15: Mean, Median, Mode introduction (0)
- 14: Derive Cost function for an associated production function (0)
- 14: 4 Exponential base and value videos (0)
- 13: Lagrangean Method and Producer Equilibrium (0)
- 12: Lagrangean method first order conditions (0)
- 11: Constrained Optimization (0)
- 11: Second order conditions (0)
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- 10: Profit maximizing inputs level – Multivariable optimization (0)
- 09: Multiproduct firm – Multivariable optimization (0)
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- 08: Cramer’s Rule Application – Demand and Supply Model (0)
- 08: Cramer’s Rule Application – National Income Determination (0)
- 08: 3 logarithmic differentiation videos (0)
- 07: Cramer’s Rule (0)
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- 03: Drawing the graph of e^x and deriving e=2.718 (0)
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- 01: Maximizing TR function from a given MR function (0)

- June 2012 (62)
- 30: TR function from MR function and demand function (0)
- 29: Implicit function theorem (0)
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- 28: Meaning of differentials and source of error (0)
- 27: Concave and convex functions part 2 (0)
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- 21: Limit comparison tests (0)
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- 20: p series is divergent when p is between 0 and 1. (0)
- 19: Cauchy criterion for series (0)
- 19: Convergence criterion for a series (0)
- 18: Divergence Criterion using subsequences (0)
- 18: Convergence proof of a geometric series (0)
- 17: Series Definition (0)
- 17: Divergent sequences definition (0)
- 16: Harmonic series is not Cauchy (0)
- 16: A sequence is convergent iff it is cauchy (0)
- 15: Lemma proving every cauchy sequence is bounded (0)
- 15: Cauchy Sequences definition (0)
- 14: The Bolzano Weirstrass theorem (0)
- 14: Another Divergence Criterion for sequences (0)
- 14: 4 Different aspects of differentiation (0)
- 14: 2 Product rule and Quotient rule of differentiation videos (0)
- 14: 3 Geometrical proofs of trigonometric identities (0)
- 13: 4 Aggregate Supply curve concepts you must know (0)
- 13: 2 Aggregate Demand Curve concepts (0)
- 13: 3 Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy concepts using IS-LM framework (0)
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- 13: 2 Investment, interest rate and Output related concepts (0)
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- 13: 3 Demand and Supply of Money Videos-II (0)
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- 13: 3 Tax Multiplier Concepts (0)
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- 13: Monotone subsequence theorem (0)
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- 03: Lemma to be used to prove all properties (0)
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- 01: Equivalent definitions for convergence (0)
- 01: Uniqueness of the limit of any sequence (0)

- May 2012 (65)
- 31: Examples of Sequences (0)
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- 28: Order properties of R (0)
- 28: Product of two factors is 0 then one of them is 0 (0)
- 28: 2 Trigonometric derivatives: sin(x) and cos(x) (0)
- 27: Uniqueness of inverses (0)
- 27: Multiplication with 0 results in 0 (0)
- 26: Special axiom proof for neutral elements (0)
- 26: 1 Concept on usability of Derivative: Speed (0)
- 25: Arithmatic mean (0)
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- 24: 2 Videos deriving the derivative of x^n (0)
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- 23: The density theorem (0)
- 23: 3 Derivative of a function videos (0)
- 22: Corollary 3-4 archimedean property (0)
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- 21: Archimedean property of R (0)
- 21: 2 Money and Inflation questions (0)
- 20: 3 Concepts related to Unemployment (0)
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- 17: Example of bounded above not bounded below (0)
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- 15: 3 Aggregate demand and Multiplier fundas (0)
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- 12: Example sup and inf (0)
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- 11: Neighbourhood definition (0)
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- 11: 6 GDP deflator and related issues (0)
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- 01: IS Curve How do you derive IS curve graphically (0)
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- April 2012 (55)
- 30: Movement along an IS curve and Shifts in IS curve (0)
- 30: 4 Dummy Variable videos (0)
- 29: Derivation of LM Curve Final (0)
- 29: 5 Serial (Auto) Correlation concepts (0)
- 29: 5 Hetroscedasticity Videos (0)
- 28: Movement along an LM curve and Shifts in LM curve (0)
- 28: Expansionary Monetary policy and Contractionary Monetary Policy (0)
- 28: 5 Functional Forms concepts you must know (0)
- 27: Contractionary Fiscal Policy (0)
- 26: Why is AD curve downward sloping (0)
- 26: What are the factors affecting the shift of AD curve (0)
- 26: 5 Multicollinearity Videos (0)
- 25: What is short run aggregate supply curve Part 1 (0)
- 25: What is short run aggregate supply curve Part 2 (0)
- 24: Shifts in Short run aggregate supply curve (0)
- 24: Long run aggregate supply curve (0)
- 23: Expansionary Monetary Policy without IS LM (0)
- 22: Expansionary Monetary Policy and Expansionary Fiscal Policy Immidiate and Indirect effects (0)
- 22: Distinction between expansionary fiscal policy (0)
- 22: 6 Multiple Variable Regression Concepts and Omitted Variable Bias (0)
- 21: Expansionary Fiscal policy will have less effect (0)
- 21: How Government affects output (0)
- 20: Government Expenditure Multiplier (0)
- 20: 6 Hypothesis Testing (Simple Linear Regression) videos (0)
- 19: How output could be increased to full employment using Government expenditure multiplier (0)
- 18: Effect of an increase in taxes (0)
- 18: Effect of an increase in taxes (0)
- 18: 12 Simple Linear Regression Conceptual Videos (0)
- 17: How to calculate tax multiplier (0)
- 17: 9 Perfect Competition Videos (0)
- 16: Numerical example tax multiplier (0)
- 16: Balanced Budget Multiplier Part 1 (0)
- 16: 6 Cost theory Basics (0)
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- 14: Why do people hold money Transactions and Speculative demand for money (0)
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- 10: What changes interest rate. How Central bank, with its use of Monetary policy (0)
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- 08: Expansionary Monetary Policy and Expansionary Fiscal Policy Immidiate and Indirect effects (0)
- 08: Distinction between expansionary fiscal policy (0)
- 07: Expansionary Fiscal policy will have less effect (0)
- 07: How is Aggregate output measured Part 1 (0)
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- 05: Multiplier process (0)
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- 02: Natural Rate of Unemployment (0)
- 02: Relation between output fluctuations and Unemployment fluctuations (0)
- 01: Defining key terms regarding Unemployment (0)
- 01: Problems in using GDP Deflator and CPI (0)

- March 2012 (50)
- 31: How is Aggregate output measured Part 1 (0)
- 31: Profit Maximization Condition Part 1 (0)
- 30: Profit Maximization Condition Part 2 (0)
- 29: Graphical Analysis of Profit maximization condition (0)
- 28: Firm’s Expansion Path (0)
- 28: Minimizing cost for a Cobb Douglas production function (0)
- 28: TC, AC and MC of a Cobb Douglas Production function (0)
- 27: Profit Maximization Meaning (0)
- 27: Marginal Revenue and elasticity of demand (0)
- 26: Inverse elasticity rule (0)
- 25: Constant elasticity case and relation between MR and elasticity of demand (0)
- 25: 3 Neighbourhoods and bounded sets concept (0)
- 24: Short run supply curve of a profit max firm Part 1 (0)
- 23: Short run supply curve of a profit max firm Part 2 (0)
- 22: Very Short Run, Short Run, Long Run (0)
- 22: Very Short run suply curve and pricing (0)
- 21: Graphical derivation of Market supply function (0)
- 21: Market Supply function simple numerical (0)
- 21: 10 Assumptions of Classical Linear Regression Model (0)
- 20: Profit Maximization condition and Value of Marginal Product of Labour and Capital (0)
- 20: Second order conditions for profit maximization (0)
- 20: 5 Production theory concept videos (0)
- 18: What are Indifference curves (0)
- 17: Introduction to Econometrics (0)
- 16: Shortcomings of GDP as a measure of output (0)
- 15: income offer curve and engel curve for inferior goods (0)
- 14: income offer curve and engel curve in case of perfect substitute (0)
- 14: Normal and Inferior goods (0)
- 13: income offer curve and engel curve in case of perfect complements (0)
- 12: Income offer curve and engel curve in case of quasilinear preferences (0)
- 12: ordinary goods and giffen goods (0)
- 11: price consumption curve and derivation of demand curve from ppc (0)
- 11: price consumption curve for perfect complements and derivation of demand curve from pcc (0)
- 11: 2 uncertainty basic concepts (0)
- 10: How the budget line would shift in case of taxes and subsidies (0)
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- 09: The principle of revealed preference, direct and indirect revealed preference (0)
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- 25: 4 Absolute value of Real numbers concepts and Properties (0)
- 24: Draw the demand curve for perfect substitutes (0)
- 24: 3 Famous inequalities of Real Number (0)
- 23: Draw the demand curve for perfect substitutes (0)
- 22: How is Aggregate output measured Part 1 (0)
- 21: Relationship between Money and Inflation (0)
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- 20: 4 Properties of the Real numbers (0)
- 19: Defining key terms regarding Unemployment (0)
- 18: Problems in using GDP Deflator and CPI (0)
- 18: Shortcomings of GDP as a measure of output (0)
- 17: How to calculate inflation rate using GDP Deflator, CPI (0)
- 17: 2 Real numbers and Field axioms concept (0)
- 16: Consumer Price Index (0)
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- 15: Three methods of GDP Calculation (0)
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- 14: 3 Order/ and related Properties of Real number (0)
- 13: 3 basic videos on Buying and Selling Model (0)
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- 10: Natural Monopoly Part 2 (0)
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- 04: Cournot duopoly example Heterogeneous cost structure (0)
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- 31: SR Supply curve of a firm (Numerical example) Part 2 (0)
- 30: 2 Price consumption curves videos (0)
- 30: 5 Revealed preference concepts you must know (0)
- 30: SR Supply curve of a firm (Numerical example) Part 1 (0)
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- 28: LR Supply curve of a firm (Numerical Example) Part 1 (0)
- 27: Labour supply curve of market (0)
- 26: Slutsky equation of labour supply (0)
- 26: Derivation of labor supply curve (0)
- 25: Labour choice model mathematical derivation (0)
- 25: Labour supply curve graphically (0)
- 24: SE and ME labour leisure choice (0)
- 24: Labour Leisure trade off (0)
- 23: Short run supply curve of a profit max firm Part 2 (0)
- 22: Very Short Run, Short Run, Long Run (0)
- 21: 5 concepts related to relation on a set (0)
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- 21: Graphical derivation of Market supply function (0)
- 20: Market Supply function simple numerical (0)
- 19: Profit Maximization condition and Value of Marginal Product of Labour and Capital (0)
- 19: Second order conditions for profit maximization (0)
- 18: Slope of demand curve of labour should be non positive (0)
- 17: Expenditure share of x and y if the utility function is cobb douglas, u=xy (0)
- 17: Discuss the shape of quasilinear utility function (0)
- 16: Marshallian demand or Demand curve for a quasilinear utility function (0)
- 16: MRS for the cobb douglas utility function, u=xy, at the point 5,10 (0)
- 15: Indifference curve for cobb douglas utility function, u=xy (0)
- 15: Marshallian demand vector or demand function for u=xy (0)
- 14: 3 MRS conditions for Cobb Douglas, Perfect Complements and Perfect Substitutes (0)
- 14: Demand curve or Marshallian demand function for u = max{x,y} (0)
- 14: Indifference curve for max function, u=max{x,y} (0)
- 13: 4 questions about Normal goods,Inferior goods and Giffen goods (0)
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- 12: MRS for perfect substitutes is a constant (0)
- 12: Perfect complements’ utility function u=min{ax,by} (0)
- 11: 4 things you must know about the shape of different indifference curves (0)
- 11: Monotonicity of preferences and indifference curves (0)
- 11: Can two indifference curves cross (0)
- 11: 2 concepts related to Marginal Utility (0)
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- 09: 5 Mathematical Derivation of Demand Curves of Cobb Douglas, Perfect Complements, Perfect Substitutes, Quasi-linear and max utility functions
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- 07: Budget line and budget set (0)
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- 06: How would you derive MRS from MU (0)
- 05: How would you derive Marginal utility from a given utility function (0)
- 05: Can two indifference curves intersect (0)
- 04: Indifference curves and MRS (0)
- 04: Utility is ordinal (0)
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- 02: Budget line shift if income of the consumer increases (0)
- 02: Marginal utility (0)
- 01: Rational preferences meaning (0)
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