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This article by Tim Harford provides quite brilliant analysis and reflection and I urge everyone to take ten minutes to read it.

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In this task students consider the low wages paid to many of those who have been defined as key workers in the current crisis, and asks whether their roles should be recognised with higher pay,...

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In the second of a series of weekly Enrichment tasks for economics students, here is a task which considers the wider economic impacts of the shutdown of the English football season - look out for...

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One of the (many) issues for A level students over the coming weeks and months is likely to be keeping momentum as they prepare for university. Perhaps we can help a little with that, by publishing...

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In this research task we challenge students to consider how game theory might help explain the panic buying of toilet rolls ahead of the UK COVOD-19 lockdown.

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Hannah Parkinson, an A-Level economics student has been reading the Economist voraciously over many months to deepen her passion for the subject.

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In this special blog, Gavin Simpson writes about the wonderful Economics in Ten podcast series. Well worth a read!

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Until it becomes clearer how teachers will be asked to provide grades for the current Year 13s, here's an activity for those of you trying to keep your students engaged - useful for those with...

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My article of the day comes from Anthony Painter at the RSA who has long been a supporter of some form of universal basic income.

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What can be done to address global poverty and inequality? Arjun Jayadev and Branko Milanovic discuss possible policy solutions to inequality, including opening borders and raising taxes on capital...

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In the 4th lecture in a series of 5, Branko Milanovic continues his exploration of global inequality into the contemporary neoliberal era.

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In the third lecture in a series of five, Branko Milanovic explores how the industrial revolution created widening inequality between different countries.

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Here is the second lecture in the series of five on the economics of inequality. Arjun Jayadev explains the relative merits of different ways of measuring inequality.

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This is going to be a truly fabulous enrichment resource for students and teachers - a new 5-part series on global income inequality

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Bob Denham and his team at Econ Films have tweeted wonderful footage of Keynes speaking about the decision to leave the Gold Standard!

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The World Bank development team is launching a new podcast this week which looks ideal for students and teachers searching for enrichment materials.

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The Oxford Martin School was packed for a talk tonight by Balliol College Fellow Daniel Susskind on his new book “A World Without Work”.

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A superb short talk on real competition and markets and the actual behaviour of agents.

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In this lecture in INET’s “Economics For People” series, Ha-Joon Chang explains finance and financial crises.

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In this lecture in INET’s “Economics For People” series, Ha-Joon Chang looks at international inequality.

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