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Introduction to Global Economics and Socio-economic indicators

Introduction to Global Economics and Socio-economic indicators

As much as it is possible, this presentation attempts to provide students with an engaging and interesting view of basic economic concepts. It also provides clear definitions and examples of key macroeconomic variables. It can work as a 45-minute-long lesson in any class of 14+ that requires the understanding of key economic variables (global politics, economics, history).

By filip_kokotovic

Behavioural Economics Nudge Worksheets with Answers

Behavioural Economics Nudge Worksheets with Answers

This resource contains two worksheets designed to challenge students and apply their knowledge of behavioural economics to solve market failures in the fast food market and increase household recycling. Both worksheets come with suggested teacher answers and can prompt a good discussion at the end of the lesson when deciding whether nudges are more effective in the fast food market or to encourage recycling. The worksheets are different difficulties, with the recycling worksheet being the more difficult of the two.

By annadavis23

Introduction to Supply and Demand Presentation

Introduction to Supply and Demand Presentation

Presentation with brief introduction to supply and demand, and differentiated consolidating activities. Accessible as Google Slides presentation (make a copy and add to your own drive) via link below: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1eBCnI2g9Q7jRIX3W-NampLGG7Hs5Tksm8wTFML-Wv0w/edit?usp=sharing

By mswebbau

Economics Diagrams (A Level Full Set)

Economics Diagrams (A Level Full Set)

This PowerPoint contains 64 key diagrams for the A Level Economics Course. They are high-resolution and can be printed up to A1 size. You can also save the slides as image files by following the steps in the first slide. The diagrams are annotated with important concepts and points. There is also a bonus of five 'blank' diagrams which have the lines but no annotations or correct labels (they are marked up with simple letters). These can be used as activities where students have to either replace the letter with the correct label or give the letters which correspond to a particular concept. This pack contains the following diagrams: Year 1 Microeconomics - Straight line PPF - Opportunity cost on a PPF - Curved PPF - Growth on a PPF - Technology gain on a PPF (single good output increase) - Efficiency on a PPF - Market equilibrium - Increase in demand - Price elasticity of demand - Price elasticity of demand and revenue - Increase in supply - Price mechanism - Consumer surplus - Minimum price - Maximum price - Negative externality of production - Positive externality of consumption - Incidence of flat rate tax - Incidence of ad valorum tax - Incidence of subsidy Year 2 Microeconomics - Revenue maximisation - Economies of scale (including minimum efficient scale and diseconomies of scale) - Perfect competition - Profit maximisation in an imperfect market - Long run monopolistically competitive market - Oligopoly (simple) - kinked AR curve - Oligopoly (complex) - kinked AR curve and vertical discontinuity in MR curve - Static efficiencies in an imperfect market - Shut down points - Dynamic efficiency - Natural monopoly - Labour demand - Individual labour supply (backward bending labour supply curve) - Market labour supply - Labour market equilibrium - Impact of trade union - Monopsony - Bi-lateral monopoly - Discrimination Year 1 Macroeconomics - Reasons for downward sloping AD - Factors affecting AD - Factors affecting AS (short run and long run) - Economic cycle - Negative output gap (cyclical unemployment) - Positive output gap - Cost push inflation - Demand pull inflation - Hysteresis - The Keynesian LRAS - Macroeconomic policies Year 2 Macroeconomics - Inequality (Lorenz Curve & Gini Coefficient) - Comparative advantage (shown with PPF) - Gains of trade - Trade creation - Trade diversion - Floating exchange rate determination - Impact of depreciation on trade balance (J-Curve) - Impact of tariff - Impact of quota - Impact of import reducing subsidy - Guaranteed minimum price - Buffer stock scheme - Increasing money supply (QE)

By mr_seccombe

Economics Diagrams (A Level - Theme 3 Year 2 Microeconomics)

Economics Diagrams (A Level - Theme 3 Year 2 Microeconomics)

This PowerPoint contains 19 key diagrams for the Year 2 Microeconomics content. They are high-resolution and can be printed up to A1 size. You can also save the slides as image files by following the steps in the first slide. The diagrams are annotated with important concepts and points. This pack contains the following diagrams: - Revenue maximisation - Economies of scale (including minimum efficient scale and diseconomies of scale) - Perfect competition - Profit maximisation in an imperfect market - Long run monopolistically competitive market - Oligopoly (simple) - kinked AR curve - Oligopoly (complex) - kinked AR curve and vertical discontinuity in MR curve - Static efficiencies in an imperfect market - Shut down points - Dynamic efficiency - Natural monopoly - Labour demand - Individual labour supply (backward bending labour supply curve) - Market labour supply - Labour market equilibrium - Impact of trade union - Monopsony - Bi-lateral monopoly - Discrimination

By mr_seccombe

Economics Diagrams (A Level - Theme 1 - Year 1 Microeconomics)

Economics Diagrams (A Level - Theme 1 - Year 1 Microeconomics)

This PowerPoint contains 20 key diagrams for the Year 1 Microeconomics content. They are high-resolution and can be printed up to A1 size. You can also save the slides as image files by following the steps in the first slide. The diagrams are annotated with important concepts and points. This pack contains the following diagrams: - Straight line PPF - Opportunity cost on a PPF - Curved PPF - Growth on a PPF - Technology gain on a PPF (single good output increase) - Efficiency on a PPF - Market equilibrium - Increase in demand - Price elasticity of demand - Price elasticity of demand and revenue - Increase in supply - Price mechanism - Consumer surplus - Minimum price - Maximum price - Negative externality of production - Positive externality of consumption - Incidence of flat rate tax - Incidence of ad valorum tax - Incidence of subsidy

By mr_seccombe

ECONOMICS WORK SHEET - 6.2 The allocation of resources:  How the Market Works.

ECONOMICS WORK SHEET - 6.2 The allocation of resources: How the Market Works.

Work Sheet on IGCSE Economics - 6.2 The allocation of resources: How the Market Works. This Work Sheet will help your student in discovery learning and confidence building as thy work towards getting ready for the school and for the IGCSE Economic examinations on syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students’ alike. Briefly teach the topic and then engage students with this worksheet. They can work alone or in pairs, as you consider best. They are also free to work with the recommended text books and you can enjoy a relatively free and easy learning environment in your class room.

By daniaewodage

ECONOMICS WORK SHEET - Financial Institutions: Central Banks, Stock Exchanges & Commercial Banks.

ECONOMICS WORK SHEET - Financial Institutions: Central Banks, Stock Exchanges & Commercial Banks.

Work Sheet on IGCSE Economics - Financial Institutions: Central Banks, Stock Exchanges & Commercial Banks. This Work Sheet will help your student in discovery learning and confidence building as thy work towards getting ready for the school and for the IGCSE Economic examinations on syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students’ alike. Briefly teach the topic and then engage students with this worksheet. They can work alone or in pairs, as you consider best. They are also free to work with the recommended text books and you can enjoy a relatively free and easy learning environment in your class room.

By daniaewodage

IGCSE ECONOMICS WORKSHEET - Economic Problem Choice & Resources Allocation.

IGCSE ECONOMICS WORKSHEET - Economic Problem Choice & Resources Allocation.

Work Sheet on IGCSE Economics -Economic Problem Choice & Resources Allocation: This Work Sheet will help your student in discovery learning and confidence building as thy work towards getting ready for the school and for the IGCSE Economic examinations on syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students’ alike. Briefly teach the topic and then engage students with this worksheet. They can work alone or in pairs, as you consider best. They are also free to work with the recommended text books and you can enjoy a relatively free and easy learning environment in your class room.

By daniaewodage

IGCSE ECONOMICS WORK SHEET-Money and the Need for Exchange.

IGCSE ECONOMICS WORK SHEET-Money and the Need for Exchange.

Work Sheet on IGCSE Economics - Money and the Need for Exchange.: This Work Sheet will help your student in discovery learning and confidence building as thy work towards getting ready for the school and for the IGCSE Economic examinations on syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students’ alike. Briefly teach the topic and then engage students with this worksheet. They can work alone or in pairs, as you consider best. They are also free to work with the recommended text books and you can enjoy a relatively free and easy learning environment in your class room.

By daniaewodage

6.7 Population Growth & Trend                             IGCSE- Economics

6.7 Population Growth & Trend IGCSE- Economics

Whole Lesson: A whole lesson and this is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Economic syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students and adequate as a note for student to copy in the class or at home. Parents can also use to help their children to improve on their performance. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: At the end of the lesson students should be able: • describe the factors that affect population growth (birth rate, death rate, fertility rate, net migration) and discuss reasons for the different rates of growth in different countries. • analyse the problems and consequences of these population changes for countries at different stages of development • describe the effects of changing size and structure of population on an economy. • discuss differences in standards of living within countries and between countries, both developed and developing.

By daniaewodage