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There are different types of support available to producers such as farmers in both developed and developing countries. Often times, the intervention has political and social aims as welfare as...

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Producer support in markets

Here are some examples of evaluation approaches that might be used in this question. “Evaluate the likely impact of an increase in the UK national minimum wage.” In the exam...

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Minimum Wage - Evaluation Phrases in Action

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Here is a worked example of building chains of reasoning to this question: "Explain two demand-side policies that might be used to reduce unemployment."

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Reducing Unemployment - Demand-side policies

Here is an example of how to build a chunky analysis paragraph using chains of reasoning addressing this question: "How might a currency depreciation affect competitiveness?"

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Currency Depreciation and Competitiveness (Chain of Reasoning)

Match the country with their currency in this new quizlet activity. We have chosen twenty countries each of whom has a different main name for their currency. Who can get...

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Countries and their Currencies (Quizlet Activity)

This short revision video provides an example of how to build a clear chain of analytical reasoning on the issue of how business profits might be affected by an increase...

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Minimum Wage (Chain of Analysis)

This short revision video provides an example of how to build a clear chain of analytical reasoning on the issue of whether the government should introduce a specific tax on...

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Plastic Bottle Tax (Chain of Analysis)

This short revision video looks at building chains of reasoning to help improve analysis marks in A level economics. The shut down price are the conditions and price where a...

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Shut Down Price (Chain of Analysis)

This short revision video looks at the concept of a natural monopoly and explains how to build good chains of reasoning to score higher analysis marks in an A level...

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Natural Monopoly (Chain of Analysis)

The number of people employed in the UK child day care sector has grown from 110,000 in 2008 to over 200,000 in 2016-17. Revenues for child care providers have also expanded, indeed in 2017,...

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Revenues and Costs: The UK Child Day Care Industry

Established cinema chains in the UK such as Vue, Odeon, Cineworld and Everyman are clearly under competitive threat from the rise to scale and prominence of digital streaming platforms such...

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What future for cinemas in a world dominated by Netflix and Amazon?

Should the UK rail network and the services that run on it be taken back fully into public ownership? Railway usage has surged in recent years and the system has...

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Should the UK rail industry be nationalised?

This study note looks at the debate over the decision by the UK government to legislate to bring in a cap on the bills that energy suppliers can charge to...

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Economics of an Energy (Fuel) Price Cap

Here is a key topic revision checklist & knowledge organiser for the Edexcel A Level Economics (A) specification. Use this document to help check the completeness of your notes and...

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Edexcel A Level Economics Topic Revision Checklist

Here is a key topic revision checklist & knowledge organiser for the AQA A Level Economics specification. Use this document to help check the completeness of your notes and plan...

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AQA A Level Economics Topic Revision Checklist
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Why Study Economics?

Here is a downloadable PowerPoint presentation for Economics teachers that encourages students to consider some topical economics-related issues as a way of encouraging students to opt for A-Level Economics.

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Why Study Economics?

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