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A Level Economics Strong Foundations Workshops

The A Level Economics Strong Foundations workshops are designed to support all Year 13 A Level Economics students as they complete the fourth term of their two-year linear course.

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Limited Role for the State in Driving BioTech

28th July 2016

The proposed takeover of the hugely successful ARM Holdings by the Japanese giant, Softbank is in the news. ARM is well placed to exploit the white hot concept of the...

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Take your pick from these superb collections of teaching & learning resources designed to support the new A Level Economics specifications.

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Add these revision guides and worked answers to your essential revision resources for AS & A2 Economics exams this summer. Our revision guides are brand new and bring your tired old...

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Competition Policy Case Study - Royal Mail Privatisation

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In this 30 minute revision video I explore the crucial case study of the Royal Mail Privatisation in 2013 - an example is that packed with relevant business economics theory.Download the...

Revision Video on Economic Growth in the UK

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In this recording of a recent Economics revision webinar, I provide an exam-focused summary of the key issues relating to the UK's economic growth prospects.Download the slides used in...

Monopoly Power in Markets

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In this revision video I explore the concept of monopoly power in markets. What is monopoly? What are the cases for and against it? How can monopoly power be mitigated?

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Threats to Globalisation


Globalisation as a process of deeper integration between countries is not inevitable. This short revision video outlines some of the factors causing a slowdown in the growth of world trade...


Whilst the debate over UK membership of the single currency is - by and large - decided, there is an ongoing economic discussion about whether membership of the Euro Zone...


This short revision video takes students through the law of comparative advantage and uses PPF analysis to show how a country such as Malawi could benefit from specialisation and trade...


This short revision video provides an overview of three forms of imperfect competition, namely monopoly, oligopoly and imperfect competition. It considers too the likely impact of each market structure on...

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China - A Country in Transition to a New Normal

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These are the revision slides from a live revision webinar on key recent developments in the Chinese economy

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Telecommunications regulator Ofcom have announced that they are not going to force BT to sell off their Openreach broadband provider but do want the division to be set up as...


Japanese company SoftBank has made a huge bid for the leading UK technology company ARM holdings - it is a huge commercial punt on the growth potential of the Internet...


Which households have gained and lost since the Great Recession? The Institute for Fiscal Studies have launched a new report on the impact of the years since the global financial...


This is a major appointment and one that has been greeted with notable enthusiasm by many top economists. The World Bank is reported to be naming Paul Romer as their...