Online Lectures

There are many online websites, like Khan Academy, Coursera and which provide high quality online courses on a wide range of subjects. A guide to relevant and good courses will be prepared and posted in due course here. Below are my own attempts, which are directed towards developing stand-alone MOOC’s in various areas of my interest.

Guide to Online Lectures

These are mostly audio/video recording of lectures for classes I have conducted at IIIE, IIUI. However, there are a few short courses on specialized topics as well.




Data Envelopment Analysis: Two Introductory Lectures

Islamic Economics:

Motivational Lecture on Islam



Each lecture series contain approximately 15 lectures delivered during courses taught at IIIE:

NEW: Course on Introduction to Statistics

This is a newly developed COMPLETE course – that is, it is self-contained and contains all necessary materials for students to study completely on their own. Each lecture consists of FOUR units – (1) a videotaped lecture which covers the concepts for the lecture. (2) A LAB which has the student go through all the technical aspects of the same lecture in a DO IT YOURSELF session in EXCEL. (3) A Text for the lecture which explains all the concepts at greater length then the videotaped lecture.  (4) A QUIZ designed to test the students understanding of the lecture.  All of this material is available HERE. Links below provide the videotaped lectures ONLY.

Course on Islamic Economics 

These courses are based on outline and readings described HERE.

Course on Experimental Economics

These courses are based on outline and readings described HERE.

Workshop on Research Methods for MS Students at IIIE

This workshop is designed to teach students how to develop and defend a research proposal for an MS Thesis at IIIE. A guide for student which outlines key steps in this process is available HERE.

Course on Econometrics

This course is fairly unusual in structure, focusing on developing key concepts in an intuitive way with emphasis on applications. Texts of lectures and an outline is available HERE.