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A Level Economics Flying Start Student Workshops

Designed to support Year 12 students in the first year of taking A Level Economics, our Flying Start Student Workshops focus on the core Year 1 teaching content and assessment skills.

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New series of resources from the Bank of England - The Knowledge Bank

29th September 2016

Our friends at the Bank of England have been working hard at devising and presenting a new series of interactive resources on their website called The Knowledge Base. They have...

Featured Economics Resources

Browse our growing and already comprehensive collection of teaching resources to support teaching colleagues and students preparing for linear A Level Economics.

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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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tutor2u's leading topic-by-topic digital course companions cover all the key topics in the linear A Level Economics specifications. A superb resource for every teacher and student.

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Year 2 Economics Revision Videos

Interpreting the Balance of Payments

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In this recording of a recent revision webinar for A2/IB Economics students, I explain the key aspects of a country's Balance of Payments and explores the policy options for...

International Trade - Basics

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In this revision webinar, I explain the concepts of the gains from trade, comparative advantage and intra-indusry trade.

Perfect Competition

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The theoretical concept of perfect competition is explained and explored in this revision video.

Latest Economics Study & Revision Videos

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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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Fast-Track Your Planning for Edexcel A Level Economics (Year 2)

Get your Year 2 teaching of Edexcel A Level Economics (A) off to a resource-packed start with this superb CPD course.

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The Economics Reference Library

Writing a Great Economics Personal Statement

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In this special webinar, Geoff Riley offers a personal perspective on good practice in writing personal statements as part of applications for competitive economics degree courses.

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Latest Economics Enrichment Videos


The Argentinian economy is struggling with double-digit inflation and stagnant real economic growth. The currency remains prone to devaluation (increasing the cost of essential imports) and the country has seen...


Harvard economist Ken Rogoff has a new book out called The Curse of Cash. In his view, the world is awash with cash and it’s making us poorer and...


Professor Sanjeev Goyal explains his general theory of network formation based on individual incentives, and their economic implications in this short video.


"Brexit means Brexit", but what does this mean? Our friends at Econ Films have interviewed over a dozen economists from a range of fields, and made this quick video explaining...