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Intending public policy and Economics and Management students are recommended to read the latest book from Michael Lewis, author of the Big Short.

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This wonderfully vivid photo-essay from the Guardian could make for an excellent starter activity.

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Soccer clubs have traditionally not even attempted to maximise profits. Their principal motivation has been to maximise costs.

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tutor2u is delighted to support a competition for students run by the Economics Society at Durham University. The deadline is 25th April 2021

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Two economists - Martin Wolf (FT) and Daron Acemoğlu - lead a discussion on how disruptive technologies are affecting our economy and society.

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After receiving lots of positive feedback from the tutor2u community, we thought we'd take a look at the Bank of England’s school visits programme that gives state schools the opportunity to invite...

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Wow! Olivier Simard-Casanova, data scientist and economist uses AI to bring some famous economists back to life!

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Year 12 A-Level economics student Phil Repin-Millard provides this overview of some of the key risks surrounding the rapid growth of ESG investment.

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A new BBC podcast has been launched and seems perfect for students and teachers wanting to enrich their understanding of environmental economics.

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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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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 is for you.

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There are some things in life than transcend all economic considerations, and the Bank of Jamaica have done it again, with their latest video

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Mark Carney, former Governor of the Bank of England, is passionate about the importance of Climate Change for the global economy. Reports this morning from the World Meteorological Organisation say...

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The Marshall Society, the economics society of the University of Cambridge, is excited to launch their 2020 essay competition.

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Since lockdown started in March, technology has become even more important in our lives. We use it for education, for business, for our shopping, and for our social connections. Those who don't...

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The enrichment task for Year 12 students this week introduces them to financial markets and to government intervention in the form of regulators and competition policy. It is set against the...

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The enrichment task for Year 13 students this week suggests a look ahead at how life might be in the 'new normal' - focusing on how we will travel to school and work. In the UK, it is now mandatory...

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This is an excellent enrichment opportunity for Year 12 students. The 2020 LSE Economics Society Competition has been launched - details are in this blog.

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The latest edition of the podcast from Will Haines covers the life and times of two inspirational black economists: Sadie Alexander and Sir Arthur Lewis.

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Inequality has been an inescapable issue in the news this week. In the midst of the continuing reports about racial inequality, not only in the US but also in the UK and many other countries, the...

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