(Oxford) Diploma in : Global Economics

Global Economics - for all. (Comes with booklet)
(40) Ratings
9,334 students
Created by Chris Sivewright

What you'll learn

  • An overview of global events for a particular month
  • Through discussion, an update on global events
  • Practical application of Economics through looking at global events
  • An understanding of the economic role of their own country
This course includes:
4 total hours on-demand video
0 articles
5 downloadable resources
48 lessons
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of completion

Course content


  • Patience
  • Willingness to do own research
  • Willingness to fully participate in discussions
  • An interest in the economies of other countries


Welcome to Global Economics! (Current as at April 2024)

The approach of this course is to include ALL facets of the course. Therefore to gain the most of the course it is important you:

  • Closely watch the lectures, following up on any resources given

  • Complete any manuals/workbook

  • Involve yourself in discussion in the Q/A

  • Complete all Case Studies

  • Regularly check your Inbox for responses

  • Regularly read Educational Announcements

  • Keep yourself up to date through reading newspapers/blogs etc.

The course includes:

  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

  • Trade Balances and Current Account

  • Inflation Rates

  • Employment Data

  • Monetary Policies

  • Fiscal Policies

  • International Investment Flows

  • Exchange Rates

  • Socioeconomic Factors

  • Global Risks and Uncertainties

  • Technological Advancements

  • Supply Chains

  • Market Sentiment and Consumer Confidence

  • Sustainable Development

  • Beginner’s Guide to Economics

  • Globalisation

  • The Great Reset

  • Europe

  • Ukraine economy

  • China

  • Japan

  • India

  • Covid impact 2023/2024

  • Current economics

  • Trump economic legacy

  • The impact of War

Note: this course is very, very up to date but a problem with having an up-to-date course is keeping it up to date. this is why sauch importance is given to the Q/A section and Educational Announcements. It is hopes that students will participate – a lot – in the Q/A, sharing ideas, data, links and other resources.

Who this course is for:

  • Students worldwide who are interested in discussing global economics
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