I’ve just uploaded the first 8 lectures in my Behavioral Finance class for 2012. The first few lectures are very similar to last year’s, but the content changes substantially by about lecture 5 when I start to focus more on Schumpeter’s approach to endogenous money.
I don’t have time to write an outline of the content of these lectures here–maybe at the end of the year. For now, here are the videos.
Lecture 1: Individual Behavior
Lecture 2: Market Demand and Supply
Lecture 3: Finance Markets Theory
Lecture 4: Finance Markets Behavior
Lecture 5: Fractal and Inefficient Finance Markets
Lecture 6: The Sorry State of Macroeconomics
Lecture 7: Endogenous Money
Lecture 8: Modeling Endogenous Money