Macroeconomic Questions- A level economics

Macroeconomic Questions- A level economics

This resource contains lots and lots of different questions for macroeconomics A level. I used these questions for the economics edexcel A level (2015) however it can be used for any economics a level macroeconomic topics as I used a variety of different questions. Most questions have been collected offline from different exam boards. Most are answered in great and long detail whilst others have are just the mark scheme. Most of the questions relate to theme 4 of the economics a level.
annaexall2015
08 Inflation AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

08 Inflation AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

This is one of a set of Powerpoints (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheets) that I have created for my own teaching of the macroeconomic topics in the new (linear) AQA AS Economics specification (7135). They follow the order of teaching recommended by the exam board and (generally) the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2015). Key terms covered in this Powerpoint: (references to the specification): 3.2.3.3 Inflation and deflation • The concepts of inflation and deflation. • Demand-pull and cost-push influences on the price level. • How changes in world commodity prices affect domestic inflation. • How changes in other economies can affect inflation in the UK. • Students should understand that deflation exists when the price level is falling whereas disinflation is when the rate of inflation is falling. • Students should appreciate that deflationary policies are policies to reduce aggregate demand and do not necessarily result in deflation.
Gaspode74
09  Balance of Payments AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

09 Balance of Payments AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

This is one of a set of Powerpoints (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheets) that I have created for my own teaching of the macroeconomic topics in the new (linear) AQA AS Economics specification (7135). They follow the order of teaching recommended by the exam board and (generally) the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2015). Key terms covered in this Powerpoint: (references to the specification): 3.2.3.4 The balance of payments on current account • The importance of international trade for an economy such as the UK. • The current account comprises trade in goods, trade in services, primary income and secondary income. • The meaning of a deficit and a surplus on current account. • Students should be aware that the current account is only one part of the balance of payments but knowledge of the other parts of the account is not expected.
Gaspode74
Business Growth Starter: A Level Economics; A Level Business; GCSE Economics

Business Growth Starter: A Level Economics; A Level Business; GCSE Economics

This resource contains a starter activity for students to complete or for teachers to use as worksheets. The resource is aimed at Edexcel Economics and Edexcel Business and includes application through creativity. For other popular Economics resources: Economics Revision Booklet Patterns of Trade The Price Mechanism Theme 1 Economics Bundle; Markets and Market Failure
MissSahdev
AQA A-level Economics What is Macroeconomics?

AQA A-level Economics What is Macroeconomics?

Introductory lesson on Macroeconomics. Includes definitions that students work out deductively, a word fill on general macroeconomic objectives and a round robin activity in which students fill in their handout.
gboxford
Key Macro Diagrams for Edexcel Economics A

Key Macro Diagrams for Edexcel Economics A

Comprehensive table for Theme 2 and 4 of the A-level Edexcel Economics A course. Superb revision resource providing students with the opportunity to practice drawing the correct diagrams for Theme 2 ad Theme 4. .
HUBNOOR
NEA Product Design  A01 Context Analysis,  Problem Analysis, Target Market, Brief and Specification

NEA Product Design A01 Context Analysis, Problem Analysis, Target Market, Brief and Specification

NEA Product Design A01 Context Analysis, Problem Analysis, Target Market, Brief and Specification structured around identifying design opportunities. To help give students the best possible start to their non exam assessment (NEA) portfolio. Series of lessons covering A01: Introduction to NEA marks at a glance Contextual challenges Contextual analysis Work of others Target Market analysis Problem Analysis Writing a brief Writing a specification There are various individual, creative, group and pair exercises based around the learning of each lesson. Clear success criteria for students and teacher notes are also included, as well as home learning tasks.
elliottwalker
Economic essentials

Economic essentials

An absolute must have and essential set of resources for both Economic students and teachers alike At the start of the school year students must try and grasp many new terms and subject specific words that can be hard to master. The key word booklets are simple to use and a way for students to keep a track of all key words as the year progresses - a must have resource for core knowledge ! Also included is the key word book for the second year of a linear course Included in this bundle is Key word booklet year 1 key word booklet year 2 MCQs booklet (over 300 multi choice questions) Core knowledge booklet (over 400 questions that follow the course for edexcel A level Economics)
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A level Economics: Oligopoly

A level Economics: Oligopoly

A great lesson/powerpoint covering the A level Economics topic of Oligopoly Thorough knowledge, asusmptions and examples with chains of reasoning and youtube clips included Market structures revision grid monopoly
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A level Economics: Monopoly

A level Economics: Monopoly

A very thorough and detail Powerpoint for A level Economics covering the topic of Monopoly A powerpoint lesson, covering the main theory with chains of reasoning examples to help build anaylsis Examples from various sectors/companies and examples A perfect lesson/resource for the whole topic of Monopoly Check out my other market structure lessons Perfect competition Perfect diagrams for market structures
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A level Economics: Monopolistic competition

A level Economics: Monopolistic competition

A level Economics resources covering the topic of Monopolistic Competition A powerpoint lesson, covering the main theory with chains of reasoning examples to help build anaylsis looking at shor tterm and long term models Examples from tutor2u and real world e.g. EE Check out the other market structure lessons Perfect competition
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A level Economics: Market structures diagram draw

A level Economics: Market structures diagram draw

A fantastic A level Economics resource I use with my students which they loved to use not only during revision and heading towards exams but also alongside teaching this difficult topic first time around This resource can be given to students along side the teaching of this topic and drawing of the difficult diagrams and concepts or just after (as a consoldiation) Allowing students to draw the diagrams with commentary alongside them showing the short term and long term implciations of such diagrams and assumptions that are present in these markets Perfect competition Monopolistic Monopoly See also: Key word booklet
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A level Economics: Core knowledge revision questions

A level Economics: Core knowledge revision questions

A fantastic A level Economics resource I use with my students which they loved to use during revision and heading towards exams This revision question booklet has over 400 questions in it to test students knowledge of A level Economics This booklet is designed for the new linear exams/courses and specifcally the Edexcel course. Testing everything from Year 1 microeconomics and macroeconomics to year 13 micro and macroeconomics
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A Level Economics: Labour Market diagram draw

A Level Economics: Labour Market diagram draw

A fantastic A level Economics resource I use with my students which they loved to use during revision and heading towards exams A simple word doc grid with every key Microeconomic diagram for the topic of ‘Labour Markets’ they need to learn and consolidate before their exams This resource is designed for the Microeconomic year 13 side of course (Year 2 of a linear course) and specifically the labour market topic
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A Level Economics: Year 12 MacroEconomic diagrams

A Level Economics: Year 12 MacroEconomic diagrams

A fantastic A level Economics resource I use with my students which they loved to use during revision and heading towards exams A simple word doc grid with every key Microeconomic diagram they need to learn and consolidate before their exams This resource is designed for the Macroeconomic year 12 side of course (Year 1 of a linear course)
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A Level Economics: Year 13 MicroEconomic diagrams

A Level Economics: Year 13 MicroEconomic diagrams

A fantastic A level Economics resource I use with my students which they loved to use during revision and heading towards exams A simple word doc grid with every key Microeconomic diagram they need to learn and consolidate before their exams This resource is designed for the Microeconomic year 13 side of course (Year 2 of a linear course)
aw300
A Level Economics: Year 12 MicroEconomic diagrams

A Level Economics: Year 12 MicroEconomic diagrams

A fantastic A level Economics resource I use with my students which they loved to use during revision and heading towards exams A simple word doc grid with every key Microeconomic diagram they need to learn and consolidate before their exams This resource is designed for the Microeconomic year 12 side of course (Year 1 of a linear course)
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A Level Economics: Perfect Competition

A Level Economics: Perfect Competition

A level Economics resources covering the topic of Perfect Competition A powerpoint lesson, covering the main theory with chains of reasoning examples to help build anaylsis
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07 Unemployment AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

07 Unemployment AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

This is one of a set of Powerpoints (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheets) that I have created for my own teaching of the macroeconomic topics in the new (linear) AQA AS Economics specification (7135). They follow the order of teaching recommended by the exam board and (generally) the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2015). Key terms covered in this Powerpoint: (references to the specification): 3.2.3.2 Employment and unemployment • The terms seasonal, frictional, structural and cyclical unemployment. • How employment and unemployment may be determined by both demand-side and supply-side factors. • How changes in the rest of the world affect employment and unemployment in the UK. • Students should appreciate that unemployment has a variety of causes and hence the appropriate policies to reduce unemployment depend on the cause.
Gaspode74
06 The Economic Cycle AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

06 The Economic Cycle AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

This is one of a set of Powerpoints (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheets) that I have created for my own teaching of the macroeconomic topics in the new (linear) AQA AS Economics specification (7135). They follow the order of teaching recommended by the exam board and (generally) the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2015). Key terms covered in this Powerpoint: (references to the specification): 3.2.3.1 Economic growth and the economic cycle • The difference between short-run and long-run growth. • The various demand-side and supply-side determinants of shortrun growth of real national income and the long-run trend rate of economic growth. • The concept of the economic cycle and the use of a range of economic indicators, such as real GDP, the rate of inflation, unemployment and investment, to identify the various phases of the economic cycle. • The difference between positive and negative output gaps. • How demand-side and supply-side shocks, including those that occur in the global economy, affect domestic economic activity.
Gaspode74
Economics: Role of Money

Economics: Role of Money

This PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson, includes challenging and thoughtful questions, and embedded URL links where appropriate and tasks/information for students to use to learn about issues relating to the Role of Money within the Economy . For the Edexcel Economics A Exam board. For other popular Economic resources see below Multiple Choice Economics Question Booklet Economics - key word booklet for year 2 students
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Glocalisation research worksheet - McDonald's in different markets

Glocalisation research worksheet - McDonald's in different markets

A computer research task aimed at looking at how McDonald’s offer different products in different markets home and abroad. I used this when teaching Glocalisation and used it as a homework task also. It gets the students to find out about the different products that McDonald’s sell abroad and seeing why they do that. Customer preferences Understanding different markets/customer/economies Capturing market share abroad. Hope this is useful!
philholt86
EU Exports Research Task

EU Exports Research Task

This worksheet is best used on the computers as an internet research task. Students have to use the internet to research the top exports of all the EU countries. I used this for my GCSE business class, I used 1 lesson to research 10 chosen countries. For A-level you can add an extra cell asking why do you think this is their top export (specialisation, skills or factors of prodcution etc) Hope this helps and please leave a positive review!
philholt86
3.2.2 Conflict of Government Objectives

3.2.2 Conflict of Government Objectives

A 60 minute lesson for AQA GCSE 9-1 Economics covering 3.2.2 Conflict between Government Objectives. Includes a challenging worksheet. Please R&R. It is the only way to continue developing.
LeighDavies
CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, specialisation, tariffs, exchange rates, balance of payments

CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, specialisation, tariffs, exchange rates, balance of payments

CIE has six parts to its 0455 Syllabus This is 26 MCQ and answers for part 6: “International trade and globalisation The importance of trade between countries and the growth of globalisation is explored. Principles such as specialisation, the role of free trade, the role of multinational companies, foreign exchange rates and balance of payments stability are considered.” or International specialisation, Globalisation, free trade and protection, multinational companies (MNCs), Foreign exchange rates , Current account of balance of payments, Attached is the Q and A. students can write and explain and then present their answers and why they rule out the other options. maybe one 45min lesson here.
markdevonslade
CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, GDP, HDI, Poverty, Population Differences, developing countries

CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, GDP, HDI, Poverty, Population Differences, developing countries

CIE has six parts to its 0455 Syllabus This is 29 MCQ and answers for part 5: “Economic development As an economy develops there will be changes in population, living standards, poverty and income redistribution. Therefore, the effects of changes in the size and structure of population and of other influences on development in a variety of countries are explored.” or GDP, HDI, Poverty, Population, Differences in economic development between countries Attached is the Q and A. students can write and explain and then present their answers and why they rule out the other options. maybe one 45min lesson here.
markdevonslade
CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, macroeconomic, Fiscal, tax, Supply-side policy, inflation & deflation

CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, macroeconomic, Fiscal, tax, Supply-side policy, inflation & deflation

CIE has six parts to its 0455 Syllabus This is 28 MCQ and answers for part 4: “Government and the macroeconomy Governments have different macroeconomic aims, and conflicts often arise between the choice of measures used to achieve them. Variables must be measured to consider the causes and consequences of change, and appropriate policies applied.” or The macroeconomic aims of government, Fiscal policy, taxation, Monetary policy, Supply-side policy, Economic Growth, Employment and unemployment, Inflation and deflation Attached is the Q and A. students can write and explain and then present their answers and why they rule out the other options. maybe one 45min lesson here.
markdevonslade
CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, microeconomy, banks, households, workers, trade unions, TC, ATC

CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, microeconomy, banks, households, workers, trade unions, TC, ATC

CIE has six parts to its 0455 Syllabus This is 36 MCQ and answers for part 3: “Microeconomic decision makers The microeconomy is an important area of study, and the approach to learning taken here is through the role of the major decision makers: banks, households, workers, trade unions and firms.” or Money and banking, Households, Workers, division of labour/specialization, Trade Unions, Firms, economies and diseconomies of scale, Total cost (TC), average total cost (ATC), fixed cost (FC), variable cost (VC), average fixed cost (AFC), monopoly markets Attached is the Q and A. students can write and explain and then present their answers and why they rule out the other options. maybe one 45min lesson here.
markdevonslade
CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, allocation, Market equilibrium, disequilibrium, PED, PES, demand

CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, allocation, Market equilibrium, disequilibrium, PED, PES, demand

CIE has six parts to its 0455 Syllabus This is 28 MCQ and answers for part 2: "The allocation of resources The fundamental principles of resource allocation are considered through the price mechanism in a market economy. The market forces of demand and supply, market equilibrium and disequilibrium, and elasticity form the core of this section." Attached is the Q and A. students can write and explain and then present their answers and why they rule out the other options. maybe one 45min lesson here.
markdevonslade
CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, economic problem, factors of production, opportunity cost, PPC

CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, economic problem, factors of production, opportunity cost, PPC

CIE has six parts to its 0455 Syllabus This is 23 MCQ and answers for part 1: "The basic economic problem The first section of the syllabus introduces the fundamental ideas and concepts that underpin the study of economics including the basic economic problem, factors of production, opportunity cost and production possibility curves." Attached is the Q and A. students can write and explain and then present their answers and why they rule out the other options. maybe one 45min lesson here.
markdevonslade
05 The AD/AS Model (part 2) AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

05 The AD/AS Model (part 2) AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

This is one of a set of Powerpoints (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheets) that I have created for my own teaching of the macroeconomic topics in the new (linear) AQA AS Economics specification (7135). They follow the order of teaching recommended by the exam board and (generally) the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2015). Key terms covered in this Powerpoint: (references to the specification): 3.2.2.4 Aggregate demand and the level of economic activity • The role of AD in influencing the level of economic activity. • The multiplier process and an explanation of why an initial change in expenditure may lead to a larger impact on local or national income. 3.2.2.5 Determinants of short-run aggregate supply • The price level and production costs are the main determinants of the short-run AS. • Changes in costs, such as: money wage rates, raw material prices, business taxation and productivity, will shift the short-run AS curve. 3.2.2.6 Determinants of long-run aggregate supply • The fundamental determinants of long-run AS such as technology, productivity, attitudes, enterprise, factor mobility, and economic incentives. • The position of the vertical long-run AS curve represents the normal capacity level of output of the economy.
Gaspode74
04 The AD/AS Model (part 1) AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

04 The AD/AS Model (part 1) AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

This is one of a set of Powerpoints (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheets) that I have created for my own teaching of the macroeconomic topics in the new (linear) AQA AS Economics specification (7135). They follow the order of teaching recommended by the exam board and (generally) the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2015). Key terms covered in this Powerpoint: (references to the specification): 3.2.2.2 Aggregate demand and aggregate supply analysis • Changes in the price level are represented by movements along the aggregate demand (AD) and aggregate supply (AS) curves. • The various factors that shift the AD curve and the short-run AS curve. • The factors which affect long-run AS distinguish them from those which affect short-run AS. • Underlying economic growth is represented by a rightward shift in the long-run AS curve. • How to use AD/AS diagrams to illustrate macroeconomic equilibrium. • How both demand-side and supply-side shocks affect the macroeconomy. 3.2.2.3 The determinants of aggregate demand • What is meant by AD. • The determinants of AD, ie. the determinants of consumption, investment, government spending, exports and imports. • The basic accelerator process. • The determinants of savings. • The difference between saving and investment.
Gaspode74
03 The Circular Flow AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

03 The Circular Flow AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

This is one of a set of Powerpoints (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheets) that I have created for my own teaching of the macroeconomic topics in the new (linear) AQA AS Economics specification (7135). They follow the order of teaching recommended by the exam board and (generally) the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2015). Key terms covered in this Powerpoint: (referenced to the specification): 3.2.2.1 The circular flow of income • What national income measures. • The difference between nominal and real income. • Real national income as an indicator of economic performance. • The circular flow of income concept, the equation income = output = expenditure, and the concepts of equilibrium and full employment income. • The difference between injections and withdrawals into the circular flow of income. • The effect of changes in injections and withdrawals on national income.
Gaspode74
02 Macroeconomic Objectives and Indicators (pt. 2)AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

02 Macroeconomic Objectives and Indicators (pt. 2)AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

This is one of a set of Powerpoints (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheets) that I have created for my own teaching of the macroeconomic topics in the new (linear) AQA AS Economics specification (7135). They follow the order of teaching recommended by the exam board and (generally) the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2015). Key terms covered in this Powerpoint: (referenced to the specification): 3.2.1.1 The objectives of government economic policy • The main objectives of government macroeconomic policy: economic growth, price stability, minimising unemployment and a stable balance of payments on current account. • The possibility of conflict arising, at least in the short run, when attempting to achieve these objectives. Students should be aware that governments may also have other objectives of macroeconomic policy, such as balancing the budget and achieving an equitable distribution of income. They should be aware that the importance attached to the different objectives changes over time. 3.2.1.2 Macroeconomic indicators • Data which is commonly used to measure the performance of an economy, such as: real GDP, real GDP per capita, Consumer Prices and Retail Prices Indices (CPI/RPI), measures of unemployment, productivity and the balance of payments on current account. 3.2.1.3 Uses of index numbers • How index numbers are calculated and interpreted, including the base year and the use of weights. • How index numbers are used to measure changes in the price level and changes in other economic variables.
Gaspode74
01 Macroeconomic Objectives and Indicators AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

01 Macroeconomic Objectives and Indicators AQA AS Economics (new spec) MACRO

This is one of a set of Powerpoints (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheets) that I have created for my own teaching of the macroeconomic topics in the new (linear) AQA AS Economics specification (7135). They follow the order of teaching recommended by the exam board and (generally) the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2015). Key terms covered in this Powerpoint: (references to the specification): 3.2.1.1 The objectives of government economic policy • The main objectives of government macroeconomic policy: economic growth, price stability, minimising unemployment and a stable balance of payments on current account. 3.2.1.2 Macroeconomic indicators • Data which is commonly used to measure the performance of an economy, such as: real GDP, real GDP per capita, Consumer Prices and Retail Prices Indices (CPI/RPI), measures of unemployment, [and] productivity 3.2.1.3 Uses of index numbers • How index numbers are calculated and interpreted, including the base year and the use of weights. • How index numbers are used to measure changes in the price level and changes in other economic variables.
Gaspode74
Circular -Model of Economic Flow

Circular -Model of Economic Flow

The resource explains micro and macro economics. It shows the differences in the two concepts. It uses diagrams and illustrations to explain the models of circular - model of economic flow. It discusses the principles, problems and origins of circular model economic flow.
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