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Finance Theory: Fixed-Income Securities

MIT Open Courseware Andrew W. Lo

This mini course from the MIT Open Courseware Library, explains concepts related to fixed income securities. As part of a larger course on Financial Theory, this series of lectures introduces fixed-income...

Finance Theory: Present Value Relations

MIT OpenCourseWare Andrew W. Lo

This mini-course from the MIT Open Courseware library, explains the concepts of Present Value Relations within the context of Finance Theory. This forms the basis of the theory of modern...

Introduction to Computational and Systems Biology

MIT Open Courseware

This course,  from the MIT Open Courseware library, gives a broad overview of computational and systems biology. Starting from a definition as well as where it fits within other fields...

Introduction to Lean Thinking

MIT Open Courseware Hugh McManus

This course, adapted from the MIT Open Courseware library, gives an introduction to the principles of Lean Thinking. Through a series of recorded lectures, this course defines and gives an...

Lean: Six Sigma Basics

Dr. Hugh McManus Dr. Earll M. Murman

This course, from the MIT Open Courseware Library, introduce Six Sigma, a valuable approach for improving process quality central to Lean thinking. It includes an active learning exercise in which...

Local Alignment and Statistics

MIT Open Courseware Christopher Burge

This course, from the MIT Open Courseware library, provides an overview of the principles and tools used in classical and next-generation sequencing. The second half of the course covers BLAST-...

Principles of Microeconomics: Supply and Demand

MIT Open Courseware Jonathan Gruber

Economics may have a reputation as a dismal science, but in fact it addresses some of the most fundamental problems we face: How to make the best decision given that...