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This revision video playlist covers introductory economics including scarcity, opportunity cost, division of labour, positive and normative statements

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Basic Economic Problem - Revision Video Playlist

This playlist provides a series of short revision videos covering everything you need to know on the Balance of Payments.

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Balance of Payments - Revision Video Playlist
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Different Types of Demand

In this short revision video we cover different types of demand – namely effective, latent, derived, composite and joint demand.

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Different Types of Demand
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Different Types of Supply

In this short revision video we will look at the concepts of market supply and joint supply.

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Different Types of Supply

A short revision video covering consumer surplus and the effects of shifts in supply and demand and also maximum prices on the level of consumer surplus. Consumer surplus is one...

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Consumer Surplus and Changing Prices
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Crowding-Out

This revision video looks at the arguments for and against the crowding-out view of higher government spending and borrowing.

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Crowding-Out

Assumptions are initial conditions made before a micro or macroeconomic analysis is built. 

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Assumptions in Economics - Revision Video
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Here is a topic update video focusing on three data charts - unemployment, employment and economic inactivity. Download the charts using the link below.

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Falling Unemployment - 3 Charts on the UK Economy

In this core topic video I guide students through the key elements of the PPF - production possibility frontier.

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Production Possibility Frontier

In this short revision video we go through the law of diminishing returns and explain the link between declining marginal productivity and rising short run marginal and average variable cost.

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Law of Diminishing Returns, Marginal Cost and Average Variable Cost

This short revision video takes students through the difference between a cyclical budget deficit and a structural budget deficit.

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Cyclical and Structural Budget Deficits
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Students can test understanding of three questions covering supply and demand analysis using this short revision video. 

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Market Prices in Action (MCQ Revision Question)
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PPF and Opportunity Cost

Examiners are keen that you understand the concept of opportunity cost in relation to the PPF. This short revision video looks at a PPF with diminishing returns (increasing marginal opportunity...

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PPF and Opportunity Cost
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This question tests understanding of the likely effect on the external value of a currency inside a floating exchange rate when a nation experience low relative inflation.

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Floating Exchange Rates (MCQ Revision Question)
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This question looks at the effects of an outward shift of aggregate demand using the Keynesian aggregate supply curve model.

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Keynesian Aggregate Supply (MCQ Revision Question)
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This exam question tests student understanding of the effects of a rise in the marginal propensity to save on the marginal propensity to consumer and also the numerical value of...

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Saving and the Multiplier (MCQ Revision Question)
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Here is a question asking when automatic stabilisers in the macroeconomy will be more effective.

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Automatic Stabilisers (MCQ Revision Question)

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