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4th December 2018

Qatar leaves OPEC

Qatar has announced that they are leaving the OPEC oil cartel and focusing instead on expanding investment and production in natural gas. Qatar has the third largest known natural gas...

Qatar leaves OPEC
30th November 2018

External costs of fast fashion

How can retailers sell T-shirts and dresses at rock bottom prices? Well, in the first place because they're made in bulk in places with exceptionally low wages - and similarly...

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External costs of fast fashion

A short video exploring some of the reasons for rapid inflation in the price of college textbooks in the United States - but an issue with wider appeal to students...

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Why are economics textbooks so expensive?

Business Insider visits a cranberry farm to explore how over 200 billion cranberries are harvested each year. Ocean Spray Cranberry farms are a part of a cooperative established in 1933 that includes...

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Inside the Ocean Spray Cranberry Cooperative

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AQA A Level Economics Revision Flashcards - Markets and Market Failure

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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

Remarkably, Kenya has the world's most stringent legislation banning plastic bags - but has it worked? This BBC clip investigates, looking at a range of issues, the impact on a...

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Kenya banned plastic bags - should the UK do the same?

Here is a terrific short video that takes us into a baked bean factory capable of producing over two million cans a day through a two hour production process. The...

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Elasticity of Supply: Inside The World's Biggest Baked Bean Factory
Student videos

Youth Unemployment

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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 is an interesting article, because it counters the prevailing wisdom. For the most part, we talk about removing regulation - i.e. deregulation - to increase efficiency. However, in...

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Monopsony power - should car washes be licenced?

Wendover Productions with another fantastic clip - this time looking at China's ability to build high-speed rail. China now has more high-speed rail links than the rest of the world...

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Infrastructure - Why is China so good at building railways?

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
11th November 2018

Lessons of Quantitative Easing

This is a US centric video clip but carries some pertinent evaluation points about the impact of quantitative easing on the US economy a decade on from the launch of...

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Lessons of Quantitative Easing
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BBC Newsnight pays a visit to the huge Amazon logistics facility in Rugeley, Staffordshire to look at working conditions. Has it successfully replaced the jobs lost when the Staffordshire coal...

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Inside the Amazon Warehouse - Monopsony under Scrutiny
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The gym industry in the UK continues to grow with a new report published in 2018 estimating that one person in seven in the UK has a gym membership of one...

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Non-Price Competition in Markets – The UK Gym Industry
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The Royal Society for Public Health has released a fascinating report on Britain's High Streets, naming Grimsby as the unhealthiest and Edinburgh as the healthiest.

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Britain's 'unhealthiest' High Street revealed
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A recent in-depth article from the Financial Times made a significant point that, despite a recent recovery in the market, the price that Ghana cocoa farmers get for their raw...

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Price Volatility - The Cocoa Market

This WHO clip looks at the impact of air pollution on the health of the world's children. It is estimated that 1.8 billion children breathe polluted air, equivalent to 9 out of 10...

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Air pollution is the new tobacco

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