21 Jun 2010

Reserve Your (Kid’s) Spot in My Principles of Economics Class!

Shameless Self-Promotion 4 Comments

Apparently five people have already registered for this class which teaches basic economic principles, even though we haven’t even put up the full syllabus yet, let alone started pushing it.

I am really going to push to get a lot of people in this one, limited only by what the tech guys tell me the system can handle. Having said that, I also think the demand could be big. I have just sent in the edits for the manuscript to my textbook for junior high school students, and in all seriousness, I can’t wait for kids to get their hands on it. My buddy teaches junior high history and he has already test marketed it with great success.

So my point is, if you know you and/or your kid(s) are going to enroll in this class, it’s better to do it sooner rather than later. There will be a technical limit to the class size, and it’s possible it could sell out quickly once we start blasting it on Mises.org.

4 Responses to “Reserve Your (Kid’s) Spot in My Principles of Economics Class!”

  1. Sue Dewey says:

    I definitely want information on this for my son, Patrick (age 14). If it’s not too expensive, I’d like to enroll him in the course.

    • bobmurphy says:

      Did you click the link? They have all the main information up already, like length of the class and price.

  2. David B says:

    My son is not old enough yet but I am will be pleased to get him into this when he is. You really know your stuff and doing such a great and fast job getting to people. You are meeting the growing demand better than others and that is fantastic.

  3. Matt J. says:

    That’s great that you’re teaching Austrian economics to kids. We’re getting ready to start educating our son. Sounds like there will be a well developed, time tested option by the time he is ready. Will the new textbook be on Amazon?

    By the way, what do you think about Shawn Ritenour’s new economics book? Have you had a chance to look at it yet?