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Low-income countries face major disease burdens from preventable and treatable communicable diseases. A persistent puzzle is the low uptake of highly effective preventive health products, such as toilets, even when...

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Micro credit versus direct subsidies in improving health care in developing countries

The stars of social media such as YouTube have to strike a careful balance to maintain and boost their popularity: uploading enough new material for ‘attention-volatile’ consumers, while not stressing...

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YouTube super-stars and controlling the band-wagon effect

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Here's a fantastic activity from our team of contributors who have identified the key phrases that are often misused during A Level Economics exams. As promised in February, we are...

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Confusing pairs of key phrases in A Level Economics - have a go at our 'Test Yourself' Activities
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Recently we have seen the introduction of the new Ultra Low Emissions Zone in London, designed to charge the owners of the most polluting vehicles an extra £12.50 for entering the...

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London's new Ultra Low Emissions Zone

An excellent piece here from Tim Harford - looking at the paradox of plastic packaging. Packaging is a complex issue, but this article deconstructs some of the paradoxes associated with...

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Solving the plastic packaging paradox

Thanks to the large cuts to working-age benefits and tax credits made as part of the UK government’s austerity programme, the tax and benefit system is now less effective...

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Welfare reforms have increased household vulnerability to external shocks

Here's this week's economics news quiz, including the new 'classroom mode' for teachers using the activity in class.

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 5 April 2019

One of the central tenets of economics is that uncertainty reduces efficiency. Nowhere is that more true than in development economics, where uncertainty about incomes, and meeting basic needs -...

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Community Grain Banks and Basic Development

A very powerful World Health Organisation clip looking at universal healthcare. The important take-away: one-half of the global population don't have access to the healthcare that they need. That has...

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Development Economics - Universal Health Care

Here is a classic and topical example of the unintended consequences of regulatory intervention. The reduction in the stake for fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) has seen the bookmakers respond,...

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Unintended Consequences of Regulation - Fixed Odds Betting Terminals

The Jubilee Debt Campaign are worried about rising levels of government debt that combined with falling commodity prices and rising US interest rates have increased the poorest countries' debt repayments...

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Debt crisis warning for poorest countries

A great reminder in these topical examples that targeted infrastructure spending is tripled powered - driving higher levels of AD, long run aggregate supply and competitiveness.

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The Triple-Power of Infrastructure Spending

Here's this week's economics news quiz, including the new 'classroom mode' for teachers using the activity in class.

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 29 March 2019

Here's this week's economics news quiz, including the new 'classroom mode' for teachers using the activity in class.

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 22 March 2019

Here's this week's economics news quiz. From this week on, we've included a 'Classroom mode'. Now teachers can show all 10 questions in a classroom environment before revealing the answers. Be...

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 15 March 2019

The Right to Buy Scheme was introduced by Mrs.Thatcher in 1980 and was designed to get council house tenants on the housing ladder. I should know: my grandparents bought their...

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Distributional effects of the Right to Buy Scheme

For anyone wishing to have an in-class discussion or analysis of today's Spring Statement delivered by Chancellor Philip Hammond, here is a Powerpoint summary of the key points. The information...

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Hammond's Spring Statement 2019 - a summary on Powerpoint

Economics does not pretend to provide all the answers. But, perhaps surprising to some, it has a lot of useful insights to offer on crime.

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The Economics of Knife Crime

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