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We are delighted to support the launch of the 2nd King’s Entrepreneurship Lab Essay Competition 2024 - this is a superb initiative that encourages UK-based school students (in Year 11 and Year 12,...

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The tutor2u Economics team was blown by the quantity and quality of the entries received to our Autumn 2023 magazine competition. The judges enjoyed the broad range of topics covered by students...

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After reading many fabulous entries to the competition in the Autumn 2023 Economics Update Magazine, we are delighted to announce that Natalie Cooper from George Watson's College is the overall...

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After reading many fabulous entries to the competition in the Autumn 2023 Economics Update Magazine, we are delighted to announce that Matilda Jones from St Joseph's, Ipswich is the overall Year 12...

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We were delighted to support the inaugural King’s College Cambridge Entrepreneurship Lab Essay Competition so ably run by Rhys Williams. This weekend the winners journeyed to Cambridge for a...

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How good is your knowledge of some of the big Economics and Business New Stories during the year? Have a go at our Festive Kahoot Quiz! There are twenty questions to have a go at!

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It is likely, perhaps probable that Rachel Reeves will become the UK's first female Chancellor sometime in 2024. So her new book has been much anticipated not least because it covers some of the...

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The bumper Issue 4 of A-Level Economics Update Magazine is now available to order.

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There is a lot of student interest in the new essay competition launched by King's College Cambridge. This is just a quick reminder that the deadline for entries is 26th September 2023.

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Every term, CentrePiece, the magazine of the LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance, features the latest policy-focused work from the world-renowned economics institute – and it is available free to...

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Joseph Stiglitz argues here that tackling inequality is essential if we are to continue to have functioning democracies, and argues that we need to tax the rich more.

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As the summer draws to an end, I have created a new Kahoot quiz for colleagues who like to build an online quiz into the early stages of their new courses. Please click the link to access the quiz...

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Podcast fans might be interested in the launch on Wednesday 30th August of a new podcast.

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During August we have chosen one economist each day and uploaded study notes on their key ideas and work.

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Here are some resources for teachers and students wanting to boost their confidence in handling mathematics when studying economics!

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Every term, CentrePiece, the magazine of the LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance, features the latest policy-focused work from the world-renowned economics institute – and it is available free to...

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We are delighted to support the announcement from the Entrepreneurship Lab at King's Cambridge of a terrific new essay competition.

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Here is a selection of top ten books for the summer of 2023. Some are new - including Linda Yueh's new book on the Great Crashes. Others stand the test of time. All I feel give context on cause and...

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It's often said that economists know the price of everything and the value of nothing. So watching this clip might confirm you in that view. However, if you're able to get over that concern, you'll...

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Ideal enrichment and extension for Year 13 Economists. Professor Ian Goldin from the Oxford Martin School explores globalisation, and asks how far the world is fragmenting politically and...

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