Throughout our financial education, we are constantly taught economic theories based on set principles and assumptions of market behavior.
But can one ever be sure of how a market is truly operating? And would we be able to tell, even if we were wrong?
For example, while we may be able to monitor the importing and exporting of Chinese goods, will we ever know the true internal state of the Chinese economy? If growth measurements cannot be agreed upon, will we ever be able to truly predict the future for it?
In this class, learn to think differently about how you perceive and interpret economic information. Explore how some of the most commonly-held economic theories are only partial, or even misleading, using real world examples.