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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)

This webinar for looks at growth and development policies in Vietnam and compares and contrasts their current growth with China. Vietnam is forecast to have grown by 7% in 2018 and is...

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Vietnam - Economic Growth and Development

Here are the slides and videos from our revision webinar covering some synoptic aspects of Brexit relevant to A level economics students. In particular there is a focus on synoptic...

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Economics of Brexit (Revision Webinar)

The gender pay gap is the measured difference between male and female earnings, usually expressed as a percentage of male earnings. In the UK, the gender pay gap across all...

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Gender Pay Gap (Labour Markets)

This short revision video takes students through the basic analysis diagram showing the effects of an import tariff introduced into a domestic market.

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Import Tariffs - Basic Analysis Diagram

In this new edition of the Edge Revision Blast we look at ten multiple choice questions covering aspects of price theory and elasticity of demand and supply. Have a go...

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Test 21: Price Theory and Elasticity
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Youth Unemployment

This topic video looks at trends in UK youth unemployment, some of the causes of a high youth jobless rate, the economic and social consequences and some of the policy...

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Youth Unemployment

This short video looks at recent data on the market share of leading businesses in a variety of UK and global industries. In some, there are dominant firms with more...

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Monopoly - Applied Data on UK Market Shares

This video looks at recent price volatility in the market for avocados. Having surged to record highs in 2017, wholesale prices for many grades of avocado are now falling quickly. It...

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Markets In Action: Price Volatility in the Market for Avocados

A production possibility frontier (PPF) illustrates the combinations of output of two products that a country can supply using all of their available factor inputs in an efficient way. One...

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PPF Outward Shift - Theme 1 Micro

For most countries, the production possibility frontier (PPF) will shift outwards over time reflecting an increase in potential output of goods and services. But for others, there are risks that...

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PPF Inward Shift - Theme 1 Micro

Here is a suggested answer to this question: "To what extent do consumers always benefit from businesses experiencing economies of scale?

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Economies of Scale and Consumer Welfare
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Here is a suggested answer to this question: "Analyse and evaluate the causes of and significance of economies of scale for the profitability of businesses such as Netflix, Amazon and...

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Economies of Scale and Profits

In this revision video we will be exploring some of the arguments about whether rising property prices are (on balance) positive or negative for the health of the UK economy....

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Benefits and Drawbacks of Rising House Prices
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Here is a recording of our April 2018 revision webinar evaluating the use of quantitative easing in the UK economy. QE now totals £445 billion of assets, £435 billion of which are government...

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Quantitative Easing (Evaluating QE in the UK Economy)
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A short revision video on the importance of infrastructure spending for both aggregate demand and long run aggregate supply. Economic growth places rising demand on a country's infrastructure assets and...

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Economic Importance of Infrastructure
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The pursuit of individual self-interest is often not good for social efficiency leading to the long term depletion of resource. This short revision video looks an an example of the...

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What is the Tragedy of the Commons?

This revision video takes students through a worked example of comparative advantage and the potential gains from specialisation and trade at a mutually beneficial terms of trade between two countries.

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Comparative Advantage and Gains from Trade
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Quasi Public Goods

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A quasi-public good is a near-public good. It has some of the characteristics of a public good especially when it becomes rival in consumption at times of peak demand.

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Quasi Public Goods

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