Article/Blog Series: Online courses per topic

Do you feel like you have enough knowledge to contribute to debates in the area of the ethics of markets, economics and business? If not, this series of blog posts introduces ‘Massive Open Online Courses’ (MOOCs) that you can take from anywhere in the world.

Series: Online courses per topic

ALTERNATIVE BUSINESS MODELS – Five Online Courses

Part 5 of 8 in series "Online courses per topic"

What courses to take if you would like to sharpen your thoughts on morality and markets? In the fifth post in this series some massive open online courses (MOOCs) on alternative business models, including cooperative firms and social entrepreneurship. [post updated with new course in December 2019]

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ECONOMICS, INEQUALITY and WELL-BEING – Five Online Courses

Part 3 of 8 in series "Online courses per topic"

What courses to take if you would like to sharpen your thoughts on morality and markets? In the second post in this series some massive open online courses (MOOCs) that deepen your knowledge on economics, inequality and well-being. [post updated with new course in December 2019]

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PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS and ECONOMICS – Six Foundational Online Courses

Part 1 of 8 in series "Online courses per topic"

What courses to take if you would like to sharpen your thoughts on morality and markets? In the first post in this new series we have collected some online courses in philosophy, politics and economics (PPE) that give you a good interdisciplinary basis. [post updated with new course in January 2020]

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(American) CAPITALISM, Chinese MARXISM and GLOBALIZATION – Five Online Courses

Part 2 of 8 in series "Online courses per topic"

What courses to take if you would like to sharpen your thoughts on morality and markets? In the third post in this series I recommend some massive open online courses (MOOCs) that deepen your knowledge on (american) capitalism, chinese marxism and globalization.

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