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Many students are gearing up for mock exams in Economics. In this blog I have assembled a playlist of key revision videos covering basic introductory microeconomics including supply and demand...

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2020 Micro Economics Mock Playlist (Markets)

This is a. short playlist of introductory macroeconomics revision videos for students preparing for their first end of term exams in macro. Hope it helps!

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2020 Macro Economics Mock Playlist (Macro Objectives, AD-AS and National Income)

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It seems as though everyone has been reading Banerjee and Duflo's latest book - unless the spate of migration related material is utterly unrelated. However, this Economist clip looks at...

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How migration could make the world grow richer
1st December 2019

What is the Green New Deal?

The Guardian looks at the notion of the Green New Deal, both in the United States and the UK. Their view of the Green New Deal is that not only...

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What is the Green New Deal?
30th November 2019

The vegan economy has arrived

Changing consumer tastes are covered in this short Bloomberg video. Have a think about how these sorts of changes will have affected the market for vegan and non-vegan food.

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The vegan economy has arrived

A fascinating stretch-and-challenge article here for high fliers, this fantastic Guardian article looks at why a current account surplus can be problematic, and not just for the economy experiencing it.

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Is Germany damaging the European economy?

TfL's decision not to renew Uber's licence has opened the door to other ride-sharing services - and Indian operator Ola is about to join the market.

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Indian firm Ola looks to join the London ride-sharing market

This World Economic Forum clip looks at how Dutch farmers are among the most innovative in the developed world, largely as a result of the competition inherent in an country...

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Sustainable growth - Dutch pioneer precisions farming

This New Economic Foundation clip looks at the prospects for a Green New Deal, starting from the premise that if we can bail out the financial sector, then why can't...

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How can we fund a Green New Deal?

How to reach a bliss point in fifteen minutes! Martin Wolf makes a persuasive case for saying that 2019 has been a vintage year for some quite superb new published work...

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Martin Wolf's economics reading list

This World Bank clip looks at the issue of gender equality in Malaysia and looks at how Malaysia might make more of women of working age, to enhance the economy's...

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Development: Improving economic opportunities for women in Malaysia

Part of the BBC Rivals series, this clip looks at how China is looking to diversify its economy and engage in import substitution, by producing its own, high quality, computer...

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How China plans to lead the computer chip industry

The Labour Party have pledged to provide free broadband for all by nationalising the digital arm of BT - Open Reach - and in doing so, hopefully act as a...

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Should BT Open Reach be nationalised?

News here that suggests 'the Four' are looking to enter the banking market, with Google set to offer current accounts, and Facebook, Amazon and Apple already offering financial products, such...

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Contestable Markets: Google to offer banking current accounts

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