Incidentally, there are other good teaching videos out there. Consider Jodi Beggs. Also gewalker72.

Three preliminary videos that review linear equations: one linear equation, two linear equations, and recognizing linear equations. You should watch them once at the very start of the course and then again after video 20.

1. The Entrepreneur

2. Rent vs. Buy

3. Opportunity Cost

4. Comparative Advantage

5. Production Possibility Frontier

6. Arbitrage

7. Factors of Production

8. Substitution

9. Outsourcing, part one

10. Outsourcing, part two

11. Outsourcing and technology

12. Outsourced beyond all recognition

13. Economic Concepts in starting businesses

14. GDP and what it measures

15. Nominal vs. real GDP

16. GDP Calculations

17. Growth Calculations

18. GDP and the Standard of Living

19. Income Equals Spending

20. Simple Keynesian Model

21. Fiscal Policy

22. Fiscal Policy with a tax function

23. Interest Rates, Investment, and Net Exports

24. Aggregate Supply and Demand

25. Long-run Aggregate Supply and Phillips Curve

26. The Great Depression

27. The 1970s and the Phillips Curve Shift

28. The Great Moderation and the Great Recession

29. Monetarism

30. Money

31. Neutrality of Money

32. How the Fed Creates Money

33. Tools of Monetary Policy

34. Liquidity Trap

35. Loanable Funds and the Money Market

36. The Real Interest Rate

37. Supply-side Economics

38. The Real Wage and AS

39. Saving, Investment, and the Trade Balance

40. The Foreign Exchange Market

41. Optimal Currency Areas

42. Market-clearing Price

43. Market Equilibrium

44. Supply and Demand Analysis

45. Substitutes and Complements

46. Elasticity of Demand

47. Income Elasticity of Demand

48. --none

49. Producers' and Consumers' Surplus

50. Price and Quantity Controls

51. Taxes, Consumers' Surplus, and Producers' Surplus

52. Private vs. Social Cost

53. Public Goods and Private Goods

54. Public Finance and Public Choice

55. Profit Maximization

56. Who's Yo' Demand Curve?

57. Total Revenue and Marginal Revenue

58. Average Cost and Marginal Cost

59. Profit Maximization, Demand and Cost

60. Monopolistic Competition

61. Perfect Competition

62. Oligopoly

63. Oligopoly and Game Theory

64. Natural Monopoly and Price Discrimination

65. The Law of Diminishing Returns

66. Fixed and Variable Cost

67. Costs: a numerical example

68. Price Discrimination Explains Everything

69. Consumer Utility

70. More Consumer Trade-offs

71. Factor Demand

72. PSST

73. When Copies are Cheap

Videos with my random opinions:
()Where I Stand vs. policy wonks

()My Jobs Speech

()The Great Debate

()Game Theory: Two Illustrations