Here's our latest weekly quiz on news stories from the UK's economy. Don't forget, the quiz has a 'Classroom mode' for any teacher wishing to run the activity on a...

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 04 December 2020

It's here! The traditional annual tutor2u GCSE Economics Christmas Lesson Quiz pack has arrived! Download the pack of PowerPoint quizzes, launch one on screen and put a little Christmas...

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GCSE Economics Christmas Lesson Quiz Pack for 2020

It's here! The traditional annual tutor2u A-Level Economics Christmas Lesson Quiz pack has arrived! Download the pack of PowerPoint quizzes, launch one on screen and put a little Christmas...

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A-Level Economics Christmas Lesson Quiz Pack for 2020

In this new economics research piece, Stephen King (HSBC) argues that cutting interest rates below zero may not be such a good idea.

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False negatives - the case against negative interest rates
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Fans of Kate Raworth's work with Doughnut Economics will love this new talk and discussion especially her examples of regenerative and redistributive design.

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When the Doughnut meets the city

Is Brexit going to see a sea change in agricultural policy: moving from subsidising the industry to safeguarding the countryside, and supporting good agricultural policy?

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Farm subsidies face reform post Brexit

Another day, another import tariff: this time China is accusing Australia of 'dumping' cheap wine in China and has introduced a 200% tariff on it.

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Trade Wars: China slaps 200% import tariff on Australian wine

Here's our latest weekly quiz on news stories from the UK's economy. Don't forget, the quiz has a 'Classroom mode' for any teacher wishing to run the activity on a...

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 27 November 2020

This activity is an engaging team-based way of introducing the topics of scarcity and choice.

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Teaching Activity: Survive the Walking Dead (Scarcity and Choice)

The Tax Justice Network reports here that tax avoidance costs the global economy $427bn a year. That’s a nurse’s yearly salary lost every second.

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Tax avoidance costs the global economy $427bn a year,

Here's our latest weekly quiz on news stories from the UK's economy. Don't forget, the quiz has a 'Classroom mode' for any teacher wishing to run the activity on a...

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 20 November 2020
19th November 2020

Vietnam - Asia's Shining Star

Vietnam has done well this year, and is a rare economy that has grown during the pandemic.

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Vietnam - Asia's Shining Star
18th November 2020

Zambia's debt default

Zambia defaulted on some of its debt last Friday and there are concerns about where the country is headed, with some creditors suggesting that the government is failing to engage...

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Zambia's debt default

If you want proof of the power of education to boost development, enhance human capital, help eradicate inequality, and dramatic music too, then this World Bank clip, looking at Indonesia...

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The Promise of Education in Indonesia

As part of the planned Green New Deal, it seems that a gigafactory building electric car batteries is going to be one of the biggest 'prizes' that a region can...

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UK regions compete to host 'gigafactory' for electric car batteries

Here's our latest weekly quiz on news stories from the UK's economy. Don't forget, the quiz has a 'Classroom mode' for any teacher wishing to run the activity on a...

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 13 November 2020

This activity provides a simple, tasty way to introduce demand curves to students!

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Teaching Activity: Kit Kat Auction (Demand Curves)

A classic matching and sorting activity here designed to help students develop their understanding of cross price elasticity of demand (XED).

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Teaching Activity: XED Matching & Sorting

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