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    i would like to learn (for free) a graduated student's worth of economical knowledge, i know it sounds ridiculous, but i have time, and i like to know stuff
    what i'm interested is more the style of learning mathematical models for economics, and then applications
    any help?

    Hey, just giving this thread a bump :bump: Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific university or course forum should help you get more responses. :yy:

    If you haven’t already found it, then university connect is a really useful way for finding people at your course/university! You can also find a list of applicant threads and courses here.

    If you haven't taken an undergraduate course in economics and you are interested in learning a graduate level of economics (esp. mathematical models), I would instead suggest starting off with some academic papers which get right into that - assuming you have mathematical knowledge. Then if you don't understand it, you can search around the specific topic and learn that way.

    If you wanted a structured course I'm sure there's some online courses or help websites you could find on google.
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