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A Level Economics Year 2 Macroeconomics Study Notes

  • Levels: A Level
  • Exam boards: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, IB

Here is a topic-by-topic listing of the available study notes for the macroeconomics topics for Year 2 A Level Economics here on tutor2u.

Debt

Deflation

Developing Countries – Similarities and Differences

Development and Growth Constraints - Corruption and Conflict

Development and Growth Constraints - External Shocks

Development and Growth Constraints - Gender Inequalities

Development and Growth Constraints - Infrastructure

Development and Growth Constraints - Malnutrition

Development and Growth Constraints - Primary Product Dependency

Development and Growth Constraints - Savings Gaps

Development and Growth Constraints - Trade Deficits

Development Strategies and Policies

Economic and Social Benefits from Trade

Economic Cycle

Economic Development

Economic Growth - Advanced Nations

Economic Growth - Advantages of Growth

Economic Growth - An Introduction

Economic Growth - Capital Investment and Growth in China

Economic Growth - Disadvantages

Economic Growth - Endogenous Growth Theory

Economic Growth - Harrod-Domar Model

Economic Growth - Human Capital

Economic Growth - Innovation

Economic Growth - Neo-Classical Growth – The Solow Model

Economic Growth - Rising Inequality and Rapid Growth

Economic Growth - Social Capital

Economic Growth in the UK - Government Policies

Economic History - UK Leaves the Exchange Rate Mechanism

Economic History: UK Joins the Exchange Rate Mechanism

Economic Systems

Economics of the European Union

Ethiopia - Growth and Development

Estonia - Growth and Development

Euro - Countries that have recently joined the Euro

European Monetary Union

European Single Market

European Union Enlargement

Exchange Rates - An Introduction

Exchange Rates - Competitive Devaluations

Exchange Rates - Currency Systems

Exchange Rates - Factors Affecting Currency Values

Exchange Rates - Fixed Currency Systems

Exchange Rates - Floating Currencies

Exchange Rates - Macroeconomic Effects of Currency Fluctuations

Exchange Rates - Managed Floating Currencies

Exchange Rates - Marshall Lerner Condition

Exchange Rates - Reasons for a Currency Depreciation

Fiscal Policy - Bond Yields

Fiscal Policy - Causes of a Budget Deficit

Fiscal Policy - Crowding Out

Fiscal Policy - Direct and Indirect Taxes

Fiscal Policy - Government Borrowing

Fiscal Policy - Growth and Development

Fiscal Policy - Impact on Aggregate Supply and Economic Growth

Fiscal Policy - Managing Aggregate Demand and Inflation

Fiscal Policy - Stamp Duty

Fiscal Policy and the Distribution of Income and Wealth

GDP and Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)

Gini Coefficient

Globalisation

Globalisation - Intra Industry Trade

Globalisation - Intra Regional Trade

Government borrowing and bond interest rates

Greece - Economic Growth and Development

Gross National Income (GNI)

Gross National Income (GNI)

Growth and Development - Norway

Household Saving

Human Development Index

Importance of trade for developing countries

Income and Wealth

India - Growth and Development

Inequality of Income and Wealth

Inflation - Causes of Inflation

Inflation - Consequences of Inflation

Inflation - Measuring Inflation

Inflation - Policies to Control Inflation

Inflation - Problems in Forecasting Inflation

International Monetary Fund

International Trade

Japan and South Korea Macro Performance Compared

Japanese Economy - Abenomics

Justifications for Protectionism

Keynesian Economics

Labour Migration - see also Labour migration and the UK economy (video)

Lithuania - Growth and Development

Long Run Aggregate Supply

Macroeconomic Objectives and Macro Stability

Measuring Macroeconomic Performance

Measuring National Income

Measuring National Income (GDP)

Measuring Real National Income

Measuring the Standard of Living

Monetary Policy - Central Banks and Monetary Policy

Monetary Policy - Effects of Interest Rate Changes

Monetary Policy - Exchange Rates

Monetary Policy - Forward Guidance

Monetary Policy - Interest Rates and Inequality

Monetary Policy - Managing Demand

Monetary Policy - Quantitative Easing (QE)

Monetary Policy - The Bank of England

Monetary Policy - The Impact of a Monetary Stimulus

Multiplier Effect

National Income per Head of Population

Optimal Currency Areas

Policies to Improve Labour Productivity

Protectionism

Protectionism - Export Subsidies

Sources of Comparative Advantage

Sources of Growth for the Chinese Economy

Specialisation

Specialisation and the Gains from Trade

Supply-Side Economics - Introduction

Supply-Side Economics - Labour Market Reforms

Supply-Side Economics - Product Market Reforms

Supply-Side Economics - Productivity

Supply-Side Economics - Research and Development

Ten Structural Problems Facing the UK Economy

Terms of Trade

Trade Barriers

Trading Blocs and Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs)

Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

UK Economy - Competitiveness Policies

UK Housing Market - The Housing Shortage

UK Membership of the European Union

Unemployment - Causes of Unemployment

Unemployment - Measuring Unemployment

Unemployment - Policies to Reduce Unemployment

Unemployment Policies - The UK Youth Contract

Vietnam - Growth and Development

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