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InsiderOnline Blog: October 2012

To Do: Sit Back and Learn Some Economics

• Take an economics course from two of the best teachers in the profession—all without getting out of your pajamas. Tyler Cowen and Alexander Tabarrok, creators of the Marginal Revolution blog, have now launched Marginal Revolution University, a new online platform for learning about economics online. The first course is on Development Economics, in which you’ll learn why some countries are rich and others are poor.

• Check out izzit.org’s new channel on SchoolTube, a video sharing service for teachers. Izzit.org is one of the premier providers of videos and other content that introduces students to economic ideas and shows those ideas in action.

• Are you a current or recent grad student interested in a career in public policy at a free market think tank? Then get your application in for the Ruth and Lovett Peters Fellowship at the Pioneer Institute in Massachusetts. The deadline for the applying is November 30,

• Did you miss The Kingdom when it first came out in 2007? We thought it was a very good action movie, but for some reason it didn’t sit well with the critics. It’s a fictional account a deadly attack on a U.S. facility in Saudi Arabia, and what the U.S. government does in order to bring the culprits to justice. In the movie the good guys win; is that outcome too much to hope for in the case of the real-life killing of the American ambassador and three other Americans in Libya? Go see the movie and then decide for yourself.

Posted on 10/05/12 01:23 PM by Alex Adrianson

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