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Economics Online Courses by Economics Harbour – 2022-23

In the session of 2022-23, Economics Harbour is offering the following courses. Classes are valid for students pursuing the subject all over the globe. Indian Standard Time would be followed and the classes will be conducted on Zoom.

If you wish to join any of the courses mentioned above, kindly fill the form below and our team will get in touch with you.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/18OEVfZclXlC3cuZLbbuu2pyqMF9_XgI1DIkImeQSTMg/edit

For more details, Call/Message/WhatsApp us at +91-7837587648 or email us at admin@economicsharbour.com

The syllabus that will be covered and other details are mentioned below:

Name of the courseDetailsDurationPrice
Micro-economicsTheory of Consumer BehaviourTheory of Production and CostsDecision making under uncertainty Attitude towards RiskGame Theory–Non-Cooperative gamesMarket Structures, competitive and non-competitive equilibria and their efficiency propertiesGeneral Equilibrium AnalysisFactor PricingEfficiency Criteria: Pareto-Optimality, Kaldor –Hicks and Wealth MaximizationAsymmetric Information: Adverse Selection and Moral HazardWelfare Economics: Fundamental Theorems, Social Welfare FunctionNovember 7-19, 2022Rs. 1000/-
Macro-economicsDetermination of output and employment: Classical & Keynesian ApproachNational Income: Concepts and MeasurementConsumption FunctionInvestment FunctionMultiplier and AcceleratorDemand for MoneySupply of MoneyIS-LM Model ApproachInflation and Phillips Curve AnalysisMonetary and Fiscal PolicyBusiness CyclesRational Expectation Hypothesis and its critiqueNovember 24 – December 4, 2022Rs. 1000/-
StatisticsProbability Theory: Concepts of probability, Distributions, Moments, Central Limit TheoremDescriptive Statistics– Measures of Central tendency & dispersions, Correlation, Index NumbersSampling Methods & Sampling DistributionStatistical Inferences, Hypothesis testingDecember 8-14, 2022Rs. 1000/-
EconometricsLinear Regression Models and their properties – BLUE (Heteroscedasticity, Multicollinearity, Auto-correlation)Simultaneous Equation Models – recursive and non-recursiveIdentification ProblemDiscrete choice modelsTime Series AnalysisDecember 19-25Rs. 1500/-
Mathematical EconomicsLinear Algebra –Matrices, Vector SpacesInput-Output Model, Linear ProgrammingSets, functions and continuity, sequence, seriesDifferential Calculus and its ApplicationsStatic Optimization Problems and their applicationsDifference and Differential equations with applicationsDecember 27-31, 2022Rs. 1000/-
International EconomicsInternational Trade: Basic concepts and analytical toolsTheories of International TradeBalance of Payments: Composition, Equilibrium and Disequilibrium and Adjustment MechanismsInternational Trade under imperfect competitionExchange Rate: Concepts and TheoriesForeign Exchange Market and ArbitrageTariff and Non-Tariff barriers to trade; DumpingGains from Trade, Terms of Trade, Trade MultiplierGATT, WTO and Regional Trade Blocks; Trade Policy IssuesIMF & World BankJanuary 3-9, 2023Rs. 1000/-
Development EconomicsEconomic Growth and Economic DevelopmentTheories of Economic Development: Adam Smith, Ricardo, Marx, Schumpeter, Rostow, Balanced & Unbalanced growth, Big Push approachModels of Economic Growth: Harrod-Domar, Solow, Robinson, KaldorTechnical progress–disembodied & embodied; endogenous growthIndicators of Economic Development: PQLI, HDI, SDGsPoverty and Inequalities – Concepts and MeasurementSocial Sector Development: Health, Education, GenderJanuary 11-17, 2023Rs. 1000/-
Public FinanceMarket Failure And Remedial Measures: Asymmetric Information, Public Goods, ExternalityPublic Revenue: Tax & Non-Tax Revenue, Direct & Indirect Taxes, Progressive and non-Progressive Taxation, Incidence and Effects of TaxationRegulation of Market – Collusion and Consumers’ WelfarePublic Budget and Budget MultiplierFiscal Policy and its implicationsPublic expenditurePublic Debt and its managementJanuary 23-29Rs. 1000
Population Studies and Environmental EconomicsEnvironment as a Public GoodMarket FailureCoase TheoremTheories of PopulationConcepts and Measures: Fertility, Morbidity, MortalityAge Structure, Demographic DividendCost-Benefit Analysis and Compensation CriteriaValuation of Environmental GoodsMigrationLife TableFebruary 1-7Rs. 1000/-
Money & BankingCentral BankCommercial BankingComponents of Money SupplyInstruments and Working of Monetary PolicyCapital Market and its RegulationNon-banking Financial InstitutionsFebruary 11-16, 2023Rs. 1000/-

UGC NET Economics Preparation

Economics Harbour is providing several services associated with UGC NET Economics:

  1. Study Material: This includes –

Part 1: paper 1 study material + preparation schedule, question bank
Part 2&3: paper 2 study material + preparation schedule + question bank
Part 4: revision notes + sample papers.

2. Correspondence course: This includes –

Study Material + Full Course Recorded Lectures (with lifetime validity) + Online Mock Test Series

3. Online Coaching: This includes –

Live classes (for 3 months) + Study Material + Recorded lectures for future reference + Online Mock Test Series

For more details, Call/Message/WhatsApp us at +91-7837587648 or email us at admin@economicsharbour.com

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Indian Economic Service: Previous Years Solved Papers

Economics Harbour introduces Indian Economic Service: Previous Years Solved papers.

The material includes:

Solved papers – 2018-2022

General Economics 1, 2 and 3, Indian Economy

Writing tips

Important topics

To see a SAMPLE or book your copy, Call/Message/WhatsApp us at +91-7837587648 or email us at admin@economicsharbour.com

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Weekly Quiz

Preparing for Economics Competitive Exam?

Economics Harbour is introducing a series of Weekly quizzes to ensure that your preparation goes well.

(For those preparing for UGC NET/SLET/Asst. Prof. Economics Exam, do attempt the quiz to get a special offer on our UGC NET Economics Study Material & Correspondence Course).

UGC NET Economics 8th Edition – What’s new?

People often ask Economics Harbour about the difference between the SECOND and EIGHTH Edition of UGC NET Economics Study Material. So we thought, why not explain the same in a tabular form.

BasisSECOND EDITIONEIGHTH EDITION
Year of Release20152022 (A gap of 7 years)
Organising AgencyUGCNTA
A journey since then: UGC then CBSE then NTA
Exam Pattern3 papers
Paper 1, 2 and 3
2 Papers
Paper 1 & 2
SyllabusPaper 1: Teaching Aptitude & Research
Paper 2: 8 units
Paper 3: Electives
Paper 1: Teaching Aptitude & Research
Paper 2: Economics
Inclusions in Study MaterialOnly Economics with outdated data,
old theories,
limited sample papers
Both Paper 1 & 2
13 Sample Papers
More than 1000 questions to practice
New theories
Additional quizzes
Study Schedule
All time guidance
Important terms
Latest data
Latest policies
New units like Mathematical economics
Numerical questions to practice
Fun Facts
Revision exercises
Package DetailsOnly the Study MaterialFull Course recorded lectures (oh yes with lifetime validity)
Complete Study Material
Online Mock Test Series
2 Doubt Sessions Per month
What happens when you clear the exam?NothingClear NET: 20% fees will be refunded
Clear JRF: 30% fees will be refunded.

So stop relying on outdated material and if you are looking forward to clear the exam, then get the latest edition of our UGC NET Economics Study Material. We offer:

  1. Study Material (8th Edition): Part 1 – Paper 1 content + Question bank + sample papers + Study Schedule, Part 2 & 3 – Paper 2 Economics content + Question bank, Part 4 – Revision notes + Sample Papers
  2. Correspondence course: Full course video lectures (with lifetime validity) + Study Material + Online Mock Test Series + 2 Doubt Sessions per month.

Time is less, so use it efficiently. Join Economics Harbour and clear UGC NET Economics Exam in style.

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NTA UGC NET Economics Preparation

7 years of creating JRFs, 7 years of us contributing to the success of students all across India.

After a long journey of learning and teaching, Economics Harbour takes a leap forward to make it easier for students to clear UGC NET Economics Exam.

OUR 8th EDITION (2022) HAS RELEASED and it’s ALOT MORE!!!!

We offer you with a range of services that suit your needs.

UGC NET Economics Study Material:

8th edition includes Paper 1 & Paper 2 Study Material + Study Schedule + Summary Notes + Question Bank + Sample Papers + All time guidance

PART 1: Paper 1 Study Material + Question Bank + Sample Papers + Preparation Schedule

Part 2: Paper 2 – Unit 1-5 Study Material+ Question Bank + Preparation Schedule for Paper 2

Part 3: Paper 2 – Unit 6-10 Study Material + Question Bank

Part 4: Revision Notes + Sample Papers (Paper 2)

UGC NET Economics Correspondence Course

8th Edition Study Material + Full course recorded lectures + Live Doubt Sessions (Twice a month to clear your queries) + All time guidance

For more details, Email us at admin@economicsharbour.com or Call/Message/WhatsApp us at +91-7837587648

We are determined to create your success story. Are you?

ECON1012 Principles of Economics

For this assignment, you will refer to the latest Australian National Accounts data available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the below link.
https://www.abs.gov.au/statistics/economy/national-accounts/australian-national-accounts-national-income-expenditure-and-product/jun-2021
Task:
For this assignment, you are asked to provide your own analysis of the GDP figures for the June 2021 quarter. This must be in your own words.
As part of this analysis, ensure that you include and focus on the following:
• What the headline change in GDP (+0.7%) means.
• Identify from the data, recent changes in components of expenditure C, I, G and NX. Through your explanation, ensure that you show evidence of your understanding of each component.
Make sure to use key terminology and course concepts where appropriate.
Format:
The format of your response should be an essay-style response.
You do not need to spend as much attention on formal essay structure as you might for a persuasive or research-based essay. Instead you should focus on communicating your ideas in a clear and concise manner and making sure there is a logical flow of ideas and explanation.
Word Limit:
800 words (excluding diagrams and references)
Diagrams:
For this assignment task, you are not required to draw diagrams of an economic model. (The AS-AD model and topic is not required.) You may wish to include diagrams or tables directly from the ABS data, in which case it is important that you provide appropriate references.

Referencing:
This is not a research assignment. So you do not necessarily need to find other references. You should answer the question based on what you have learnt in the course and the linked ABS page.
However, it is important that if you do take content directly from other sources including course materials, both quoting and paraphrasing, that you appropriately reference to show what is your own original thoughts and what ideas you have borrowed from others. Please refer to the Academic Integrity Module within the course for further guidance and links regarding referencing, plagiarism, and academic integrity.
Where referencing is used, it can be in any standard style, so long as it is consistent. The Harvard referencing style is preferred, as it is the standard in Economics and is also common in Business disciplines.
https://www.adelaide.edu.au/writingcentre/resources/referencing-guides
All submissions will be analysed with the assistance of Turnitin, checking for plagiarism against other students in the class and external sources.

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UGC NET Economics Online Classes – October 2021

Economics Harbour is introducing a new batch for UGC NET Economics begins from October 18, 2021.

Details of the course are:

  1. Duration of the course: 3-4 months
  2. Classes – Monday to Friday (1.5 hours everyday)
  3. Tutor: PhD in Economics and National Topper of UGC NET Economics Exam.
  4. All time doubt clearance
  5. Number of Students in a batch: 15

Fee Structure:

  1. Online Classes only: Rupees 7500/- inclusive of all charges
  2. Online Classes + Recorded Lectures: Rupees 9000/- inclusive of all charges
  3. Online Classes + Recorded Lectures + Study Material + Online Mock Test Series: Rupees 11,000/- inclusive of all charges

To know more, feel free to Call/Message/WhatsApp us at +91-7837587648 or email us at admin@economicsharbour.com

We believe in specialisation. So join India’s popular institute for UGC NET Economics Training.

NTA UGC-NET Economics Correspondence Course

Join the correspondence course by Economics Harbour for clearing the upcoming UGC NET Economics Exam.

Highlights:

  1. 62 Video Lectures: Get access to them on the same day of joining. Covers the entire syllabus
  2. 7th Edition Study Material: Contains all 10 units + Questions to practice after each unit + Revision Notes + Indian Economy + 13 Sample Papers
  3. Online Mock Test Series: 100 questions per test – 2 hours + Score shared with the students on the same day + Soft copy sent to your email id immediately.
  4. Doubts: Clear your doubts with us anytime during your preparation.

Why Choose Economics Harbour?

The study material is prepared by a team of PhD’s and Post-Graduates in Economics who have cleared UGC-NET JRF Economics.

Video Lectures are conducted by Dr. Manleen Kaur (PhD in Economics & UGC-NET JRF Economics National Topper).

Study Material is prepared as per the needs of the students.

With over seven years of experience, Economics Harbour cater to the needs of students all over the country.

So what are you waiting for? Join the course today. After all, We Teach How To Reach Success!

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