Teaching Macro: Introduction to the UK Economy


Many students will be starting their AS macro course once the AS micro paper is done and dusted. For teachers about the embark on macro I have put together a small collection of UK macro charts covering some of the key indicators. This is available to download using the link below, and when you use this link you will always get the latest data. 

If you would like a neat set of A3 colour UK macro charts for your classroom wall then you might be interested in clicking here for details!

Contents of the Chart Set

  1. Aggregate Demand (AD)
  2. Consumer Price Inflation
  3. Real GDP Growth and Unemployment
  4. UK Balance of Payments
  5. UK Growth & Government borrowing
  6. The Cost of Borrowing – Interest Rates

Link to the chart set - click here

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