This one is called Links Galore. ‘Cause, you know, there’s a lot of links.
The lessons in Mr. Mankiw’s fabulous textbook are pretty much repeated by a guy named Arnold Kling, in MICRO form (Haha, get it? like MICROeconomics? Nevermind.) on this page at lifehack.org. Scroll down to Microeconomics for the links to individual lessons.
For those of you who put the A in AP Economics, check out Exhibits A and B. They’re lists of videos from sites called TED and Academic Earth. I’ve featured TED in an earlier post about Steven Levitt, and Academic Earth is trying to de-monopolize (de-oligopolize? de-monopolistic competition-ize?) higher education by posting professors’ lectures online.
Got your own way to study? Don’t be greedy. Practice liberalism and share it with the bottom group.