The online Asset Pricing Ph. D. class is back! It died in a Coursera "upgrade," but it is now migrated over to Canvas.Click here to go to the online class. My Asset Pricing webpage has links to the class, book, and many other useful materials.It should be open and free to anyone, including all the ...
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Click here to go to the online class. My Asset Pricing webpage has links to the class, book, and many other useful materials.
It should be open and free to anyone, including all the quizzes, problem sets and exams.
Since it's on the Canvas system, if you are teaching at a University that uses Canvas, you should be able to integrate it with your class, assign all or part of it, and receive grades from quizzes and problem sets. Thus, you can use it as a flipped classroom, assign selected videos and quizzes in advance of a lecture.
It is also ideal for a Ph. D. program summer school for year 0 or year 1. Again, through Canvas you should be able to assign the class, in whole or in part, and get grades.
It's also well suited to self-study. If you just want to watch the videos and read the notes, they are all here via youtube links on the Asset Pricing webpage.
Huge thanks to Emily Bembeneck and Allison Kallo at the University of Chicago, Mikhail Proshletsov, and above all to Nina Karnaukh now at Ohio State. Nina masterminded all the hard work of moving the class pages and quizzes from the Coursera system to the Canvas system, and fixing innumerable glitches along the way. Thanks also to the Booth School for paying for the transition.