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The Guardian argues here that international financial organisations such as the IMf and the World Bank need a reboot, with a shift of emphasis away from their current neoliberal agenda...

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What future for the IMF and the World Bank?

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Economics Weekly Quiz 18 October 2019

This year’s Nobel Prize in economics, announced on Monday, was a ray of sunshine amidst the prevailing media gloom. The award was made for the work of the new...

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Reasons to be cheerful about the 2019 Economics Nobel Winners

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Our new series of Context Practice Mats provide A-Level Economics student with invaluable practice at applying their economics theory in context. Here is the first in the series - and...

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Markets in Action: Free Context Practice Mats for A-Level Economics

We are delighted that the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics has been jointly awarded to Esther Duflo (only the second female recipient) along with Michael Kremer and Abhijit Banerjee for their...

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Banerjee, Duflo and Kremer win the 2019 Economics Nobel

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Discover Economics campaign launches this week!

This is a fascinating article with both micro- and macroeconomic implications - and another consequence of Brexit.

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Farms struggle to recruit EU workers

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Economics Weekly Quiz 11 October 2019

Lots of interesting nuanced material here - investment appraisal, overcoming the sunk cost fallacy, all sorts. Either way, Dyson have left the market for electric cars. The company has 523 employees , 498...

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Dyson leaves the electric car market

Protective import tariff measures introduced by the United States against products from China, as well as retaliatory actions by China against US products, have achieved more or less the exact...

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Do protectionist tariffs hurt those they are meant to protect?
9th October 2019

Why Study A-Level Economics?

Here is an editable PowerPoint that showcases some topical economics issues as a way of encouraging students to opt for A-Level Economics.

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Why Study A-Level Economics?

A quick flight over an enormous field of over 12 million tulips - economies of scale in action!

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Drone flight over millions of tulips

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Economics Weekly Quiz 4 October 2019

Here is a free classroom poster collection which explores key features of the relationship between Economics and British Values.

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Economics and British Values - Free Classroom Poster Collection

Essential reading for A level economists looking at China - a potted history of the growth of the Chinese economy since the 1949 revolution.

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How China became the world's economic miracle
3rd October 2019

Jet fuel from thin air

Wow! This is what the future should look like. A Dutch pilot project is taking carbon dioxide from the air and using it to help manufacture jet fuel.

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Jet fuel from thin air

A lovely look here at the impact of an indirect sales tax on an economy. The Japanese government have raised sales tax from 8% to 10% and some are worried that it...

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A Model Tax Rise? - Japan Lifts Sales Taxes

A nice article here to get you thinking as either economist or Business Management student about how Deliveroo can stay in business despite making a £232m loss despite "doubling its...

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Deliveroo's losses widen to £232m

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Economics Weekly Quiz 27 September 2019

Here is an interesting insight into the impact of a minimum price for alcohol in Scotland: the amount drunk by Scots has fallen by 7.6%, twice the forecast amount built into...

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Scottish minimum alcohol price reduces demand

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