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A-Level - Economics - Micro - Wage Differentials

A-Level - Economics - Micro - Wage Differentials

This resource is a perfect revision source for students looking to secure their knowledge on the essential stuff in A-Level (or any other higher education) Economic Studies. Included in this resource: - The conditions needed for a perfectly labour market competition - Wage determination and the rules of the wage equilibrium - Reasons for high and low wage rates across industries - Reasons for high and low wage rates across individuals - Economic theory-based explanations for the gender pay gap - Current UK data around differences in wages Whether it be a student or teacher, having all the necessary information on a single sheet is perfect for revision material. * This resource is optimised for the AQA specification; Yet, this document is still extremely useful for other boards including OCR, Edexcel, WJEC, Eduqas and many more. ** Explanations for wage discrimination are not my own views expressed. Explanations provided are solely merited around economic-theory and therefore may be subject from true causes of wage discrimination.
thestudenteconomistblog
A-Level - Economics - Micro - Price Discrimination Summary

A-Level - Economics - Micro - Price Discrimination Summary

This resource is a perfect revision source for students looking to secure their knowledge on the essential stuff in A-Level (or any other higher education) Economic Studies. Included in this resource: - Diagrams for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd degree Pricing in markets - Detailed Explanation of what occurs in each form of discrimination - The necessary conditions for Price Discrimination to occur - The arguments for and against Price Discrimination - Evaluation of the case for and against Price Discrimination - Easy to understand key word definitions Whether it be a student or teacher, having all the necessary information on a single sheet is perfect for revision material. * This resource is optimised for the AQA specification; however this resource is still extremely useful for other boards including OCR, Edexcel, WJEC, Eduqas and many more.
thestudenteconomistblog
Flujo circular de la renta

Flujo circular de la renta

En esta lección explicaremos como funciona la economía de un país mediante el modelo económico del "Flujo circular de la renta"
ecotamaimo
Xmas offer

Xmas offer

Christmas special. Business and eonomixs resources on offer ! Worth £31. Saving of 78%
jcolledge
Graphing the law of diminishing marginal returns and Returns to scale activity

Graphing the law of diminishing marginal returns and Returns to scale activity

Assumes prior knowledge of how to calculate Average cost, the Law of Diminishing Returns, Internal Economies of Scale and Internal Diseconomies of scale. Student handout is: graphing-LRAC.pdf Presentation is: Graphing-the-law-of-diminishing-marginal-returns-and-Returns-to-scale.ppt And the spreadsheet is also attached. Some of the font is in OpenDyslexic font - Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typeface http://opendyslexic.org/
gboxford
Intermarket Relationships

Intermarket Relationships

A 60 minute (could be stretched) lesson on intermarket relationships from the new AQA GCSE Economics Specification - mostly student led activity based. Includes an activity with students identifying currencies, questions on a provided case study (with link) and an exam wheel activity. Best of luck!
LeighDavies
Business Structure /Sector

Business Structure /Sector

This resource is made with the intention to explain the major differences between private and public sector in business. It looks at industry sector, primary ,secondary sector and tertiary sector. Contains diagrams and illustrations and activities.
geo_pal2000