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Plastic waste is clearly a major issue, but this BBC video clip highlights an Indian factory that is making shoes and clothes out of polyester reclaimed from plastic bottles. All...

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The Adidas factory making shoes out of plastic bottles

Economic gold - and a great way to pass half an hour. The Guardian's audio long read about the impact of the beef industry on the US, and how it's...

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The price of plenty - how beef changed America

Richard Partington's briefing article on GDP and economic growth in the Guardian is a great read and terrific enrichment for students wanting to understand more about the debate over measuring...

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Is it time to end our fixation with GDP and growth?

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Here is a great opinion piece from Morris Pearl in the Guardian on trickle-down economics, echoing J.K.Galbraith's view that the very notion is flawed. His analogy was that...

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De-constructing the Laffer Curve and Trickle-down Economics

Here is a World Bank clip looking at the importance of wetlands to sustainable development in Uganda, and tangentially the issue of how we measure development itself. It is also...

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Natural Capital: The Wealth of a Wetland

Here's this week's economics news quiz. Good luck!

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 14 June 2019

Revolutionary technologies can take decades for their full impact to become clear. The internet may now be heralding the demise of many manufacturing companies.

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Why the rental economy may herald the demise of manufacturing

Dates and locations for the A-Level Economics Strong Foundations exam workshops in 2019/20 are now available.

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A-Level Economics Strong Foundations Workshops for 2019/20

The dates and locations for our 2020 programme of A-Level Economics Grade Booster Exam Workshops are now available.

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Grade Booster Exam Workshops for A-Level Economics in 2020

Here's this week's economics news quiz. Good luck!

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 7 June 2019

This 12 minute video from PBS in the USA is ideal enrichment material for students looking at the issue of how to measure and calibrate changes in economic well-being, a much...

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How economic inequality might affect a society's well-being

Keeping up to speed with the fast-changing high street environment is never easy. Recently eBaY opened a pop-up shop to showcase the wares of some of their traders and now...

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Amazon trials ten pop-up shops on the UK high street

The circular economy in action! This could well become one of the key points of non-price differentiation between grocery retailers in the UK. Waitrose is trialling refilling stations for dried...

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Waitrose joins the Unpackaged Movement

Here's this week's economics news quiz. Good luck!

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 31 May 2019

Here is the trailer for Capital in the 21st Century which comes out in the summer of 2019 and is a film adaptation of one of the most groundbreaking and powerful...

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Capital in the 21st Century - The Official Trailer
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This is a hugely sobering video from BBC Newsnight about the human cost of the collapsed dam at an iron ore mine in Brumadinho. For many, the tragedy is a...

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Brazil dam disaster: The cost of economic development

Here's this week's economics news quiz. Good luck!

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 24 May 2019

In this video I look at some of the real topical issues and debates that might form the basis for a context data response question or essay question in the 2019...

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Key Macro Topics to Revise for A Level Economics Paper 2 on 23 May 2019

In this short video we look at some of the connections between Brexit and key topics on your macroeconomics specification. One of the major topics must be the debate about...

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Brexit and the Macro Exam – Making Connections

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