Struggling to understand key microeconomics concepts in time for your exam?
We help economics students solve this problem, using professionally-produced videos and animations that explain key economics topics, one step at a time.
This 161-video, condensed, video-tutoring course is designed to let you master key microeconomics concepts in minutes. Walk confidently into your exam and ace it.
This course includes 161 short videos, textbook references, condensed cheat sheets, and 44 quizzes to make sure you are on track.
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What you're getting:
Master the key microeconomics concepts for your exam
161 beautifully animated, short videos take you step-by-step through microeconomics
Money-back guarantee: We are so certain that these videos work, that we guarantee you will pass your Economics exam if you complete this preparation course. If you don't pass the final exam, just show us your grade and we'll refund the money that you paid for this course.
About the instructor
Jay is a corporate finance and turnaround specialist, who has successfully applied Econblox principles to his own businesses and to others across North America. Jay has actively represented shareholders’ interests as a director or as an advisor to the Board of Directors of 25 different companies, beginning with the highly successful leveraged buy-out of Plastifab Industries, a leading plastics manufacturer.
In the Econblox project, Jay worked with hundreds of economics professors, teachers, consultants, PhDs, filmmakers, animators, and students to identify and illustrate the real-world economics concepts that give learners the biggest headaches, then to solve those problems with some of the best educational videos on the planet.
A graduate of the Harvard Business School MBA program, Jay is an Electrical Engineer and graduate of The Royal Military College of Canada. He is an accredited professional electrical engineer, a Past-President of the Harvard Business School Club of Montreal and a Governor of the Harvard Club of British Columbia. Jay actively mentors ambitious business and not-for-profit leaders and draws great energy from the Harvard University undergrad applicants that he interviews each year.
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