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ミシガン大学(University of Michigan) による モデル思考 の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック

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We live in a complex world with diverse people, firms, and governments whose behaviors aggregate to produce novel, unexpected phenomena. We see political uprisings, market crashes, and a never ending array of social trends. How do we make sense of it? Models. Evidence shows that people who think with models consistently outperform those who don't. And, moreover people who think with lots of models outperform people who use only one. Why do models make us better thinkers? Models help us to better organize information - to make sense of that fire hose or hairball of data (choose your metaphor) available on the Internet. Models improve our abilities to make accurate forecasts. They help us make better decisions and adopt more effective strategies. They even can improve our ability to design institutions and procedures. In this class, I present a starter kit of models: I start with models of tipping points. I move on to cover models explain the wisdom of crowds, models that show why some countries are rich and some are poor, and models that help unpack the strategic decisions of firm and politicians. The models covered in this class provide a foundation for future social science classes, whether they be in economics, political science, business, or sociology. Mastering this material will give you a huge leg up in advanced courses. They also help you in life. Here's how the course will work. For each model, I present a short, easily digestible overview lecture. Then, I'll dig deeper. I'll go into the technical details of the model. Those technical lectures won't require calculus but be prepared for some algebra. For all the lectures, I'll offer some questions and we'll have quizzes and even a final exam. If you decide to do the deep dive, and take all the quizzes and the exam, you'll receive a Course Certificate. If you just decide to follow along for the introductory lectures to gain some exposure that's fine too. It's all free. And it's all here to help make you a better thinker!...

人気のレビュー

GK

2017年2月24日

Great content and lectures, that possibly provides new dimensions to look/explain the situation in context, I guess I will comeback for references to continue with this journey in to 'Model Thinking'

YK

2018年4月6日

The course presents a multitude of models that enable us to analyze human and systems behavior and interactions. By making implicit assumptions explicit we can understand real world processes better.

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モデル思考: 426 - 450 / 471 レビュー

by Kirk r

2017年9月14日

Good class. A little topical, I would have liked more time Net Logo.

by Albert N

2017年10月24日

The main takeway for me is the ability to understand complex models

by bob n

2020年7月2日

very interesting material, easy to follow, useful quizzes and tests

by Ross T J

2020年1月18日

Pretty good course. The book is also very interesting.

by Pietro P

2016年6月9日

I think it is terrific course - it is just right for me

by Salvador V P G

2020年5月18日

very good, format for this class have improve a lot!!.

by Joachim S

2021年11月3日

​Useful if you are curious about models in general.

by Roland v L

2018年2月9日

Very interesting material, lectures were a bore.

by Vishnu U

2016年4月1日

Gives perspective to the decisions people take

by JeromeTang

2019年11月10日

Good course to start model thinking. thanks.

by Jean P K M

2020年8月11日

I am fully satiafied with this course.

by James K

2015年10月8日

Demanding but very enlightening course

by Mohammadjavad E

2022年7月3日

a​wesome introduction, but not more.

by SANA J

2020年7月3日

It was really an informative course.

by Piotr k

2015年10月25日

Great course to built basic skills.

by 周福南

2019年4月22日

中文字幕有一点问题,其他都还好。能开阔视野,收集到很多思维模型。

by Gustavo T d F

2017年8月30日

Great learning tool. Thank you!

by Federico P

2017年9月25日

Nice course, but lacks depth.

by Sushil S

2021年1月23日

Better course for beginners.

by Behailu D

2020年9月19日

it is interesting course

by Ed K

2016年10月28日

Good overview course.

by kelly d

2019年11月27日

Hard, but worth it!

by Karel G

2016年10月25日

Great introduction.

by Ton T N K

2020年9月11日

That's great!

by ruyanan

2021年5月2日

看到了看问题的不同角度