Economics Tutoring (Online)

Featured Economics Professor

Ms. Gol is expecting to receive her a Ph.D. in Economics in November 2022. She holds two Master’s degrees: one in Economics from Concordia University and one in Energy Economics and Marketing from Tehran University. With more than 10 years of professional experience in Marketing, Data Analysis, and Project Management, she is highly capable of teaching different related courses in the field. She has been private tutoring since 2011 in Economics and related subjects such as Finance. She was a teaching assistant for about 6 years. In addition, Gol taught Supply Chain Management at Matrix college and taught Business Administration at College Canada.

Featured Economics Tutor

Stephanie earned her BA from Stanford University and earned her Masters of Education from the University of California, Riverside. She attended Tulane University for her PhD student in Economics and currently works as an Economist. Stephanie scored in the 96th percentile on the Verbal section of the GRE exam. Her passion for teaching coupled with her years of experience and education are sure to help you achieve a top score on your exams.


List of Economics Courses and Topics

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Principles of Microeconomics

  • Demand and Supply
  • Consumer and Producer Surplus
  • Price, Income and Cross-Price Elasticities
  • Price Ceilings and Price Floors
  • Tax and Subsidies Burden of Tax and Relative Elasticity

Consumer Theory

  • Utility and Preferences
  • Indifference Curves and their axioms
  • Budget constraint
  • Marginal Rate of Substitution
  • Income and Substitution Effect
  • Production Theory

Business Optimization

  • Production Function and Cost Constraints
  • Profit Maximization
  • Deriving Total Cost and Marginal Cost


  • GDP and Circular Flow of Income
  • Real vs Nominal GDP
  • Consumer Price Index
  • Factors of Production and the Production Function
  • Consumption, Income, Investment and Government Spending
  • Functions and Type of Money
  • The Role of the Federal Reserve
  • Monetary Policy and the role of interest rate
  • The Nominal Interest rate and the Demand for Money
  • The International Flow of Capital and Goods
  • Savings and Investment in an Open Economy
  • Unemployment and the Labor Market
  • Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
  • IS-LM Model
  • Inflation, Unemployment and the Phillips Curve
  • Government Debt and Budget Deficit
  • General Equilibrium
  • Uncertainty and Risk

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