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This revision video assesses some of the arguments for and against taking the UK rail industry into state ownership.

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Economics of Rail Nationalisation

Here is a challenge! In this video we give you ten key data charts on the UK economy and ask you to identify them (don't worry, the questions are in...

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UK Economy Data Chart Quiz (2018)
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A quick look at some of the key fiscal policy numbers ahead of the 2018 economics exams and a section on longer term risks to the amount of tax revenue the...

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Fiscal Policy in the UK - Key Facts in 2018
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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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Here are some thoughts on this question: Examine two possible causes of a fall in the rate of economic inactivity in the UK labour market (8)

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Economic Inactivity (Revision Essay Plan)
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In this short revision video we look at the key diagrams that can be used to show firms making supernormal profit, sub-normal profit and also the shut-down price in the...

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Abnormal and Sub-Normal Profits - Key Diagrams
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Sugar Taxes

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Is the UK tax on high sugar drinks an effective and equitable government intervention to help address the growing social costs arising from our consumption of high sugar drinks?

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Sugar Taxes
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The idea of a deadweight loss relates to the consequences for economic efficiency when a market is not at an equilibrium. The concept links closely to the ideas of consumer...

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Deadweight Loss of Economic Welfare Explained
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This revision video looks at some of the causes of price volatility in the international coffee market. Market prices tend to be volatile when demand and supply are inelastic in...

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Price Volatility in the Coffee Market
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In this short revision video we look at the data for new house-building in the UK and consider some of the reasons why price elasticity of supply is low in...

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Elasticity of Supply - The Supply of New Housing in the UK

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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