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Here is an answer to the question: "Assess the view that the UK Government should use fiscal policy to provide a guaranteed minimum income as a strategy to reduce inequality."

Universal Basic Income - Student Essay

UCAS applications and interviews are coming up. But, what should students be reading if they want to study Management at University when there isn't a Management A-Level? And what are...

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Recommended Enrichment Reading for Students Applying to Read Economics or Management at University

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AQA A Level Economics Revision Flashcards - Markets and Market Failure

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The fundamental economic problem: scarcity and choice, via an interesting example. In instance, South Africa's drought and subsequent water shortage forced one laundry entrepreneur to seek an innovative solution to...

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Water scarcity - innovation to save water in the global laundry industry
5th October 2018

How to Fuel the Future

This fantastic Economist clip looks at the state of the global energy sector, highlighting the importance of oil and the challenges facing the global economy in this regard.

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How to Fuel the Future

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

This World Bank clip looks at the relatively low level of intra-regional trade in South Asia and suggests that the countries of the region should be doing three times the...

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Intra-Regional Trade: A Challenge for South Asia
25th September 2018

Why Vanilla Is So Expensive

The price of vanilla is soaring and it provides a superb mini case study in the impact of changes in the conditions of supply and demand. A recent article by...

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Why Vanilla Is So Expensive

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

The IMF looks at why empowering women is a good thing for development: it's relatively simple. Women represent more than 50% of the potential workforce and increasing female education also reduces...

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Empowering women as a driving force for development
21st September 2018

Identification for Development

This World Bank clip looks at the most fundamental property right of all: to an identity. The Identification for Development Program is trying to give the 1 billion people without proof...

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Identification for Development
19th September 2018

Stepping back to 2008

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This excellent programme was broadcast on Saturday night on BBC Radio 4 and traces events surrounding the causes of global financial crisis. It is made up of extracts from archive BBC...

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Stepping back to 2008
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Adam Parsons from Sky News has this special report from New York, a decade on from the collapse of Lehman.

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History Repeating: The Financial Crisis 10 Years On

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