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Welcome to my shop! My resources are centered on A Level Economics and have been carefully crafted to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades!

Welcome to my shop! My resources are centered on A Level Economics and have been carefully crafted to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades!
The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics

The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics

The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics is the culmination of hundreds of hours of work to create the perfect classroom and revision resource for the new A Level Economics courses. Carefully crafted by a former student, the Guide has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, the Guide has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: The Guide uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: The Guide includes every relevant diagram for A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different market structures to the various types of government intervention, the Guide has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The Guide is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 89% compatible with the AQA course and 86% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A. Innovative Design: The Guide is the first of its kind to offer all three specifications with page numbers and subtitle codes to help students and teachers find the relevant content throughout the book.
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The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics

The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics

The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics is the culmination of hundreds of hours of work to create the perfect classroom and revision resource for the new A Level Economics courses. Carefully crafted by a former student, the Guide has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, theGuide has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: The Guide uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: The Guide includes every relevant diagram for A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different macroeconomics indicators to the various types of protectionism, the Guide has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The Guide is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 94% compatible with the AQA course and 98% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A. Innovative Design: The Guide is the first of its kind to offer all three specifications with page numbers and subtitle codes to help students and teachers find the relevant content throughout the book.
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Microeconomics and Macroeconomics: Glossary

Microeconomics and Macroeconomics: Glossary

The Glossary for Microeconomics and Macroeconomics provides an authoritative source of definitions for the new A Level Economics courses. While previously only available as part of The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide, it’s been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades.
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Macroeconomics: The Financial Sector

Macroeconomics: The Financial Sector

The Financial Sector is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different macroeconomics indicators to the various types of protectionism, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 94% compatible with the AQA course and 98% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
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Macroeconomics: Macroeconomic Indicators

Macroeconomics: Macroeconomic Indicators

Macroeconomic Indicators is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different macroeconomics indicators to the various types of protectionism, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 94% compatible with the AQA course and 98% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
JHSimmons
Macroeconomics: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply

Macroeconomics: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply

Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different macroeconomics indicators to the various types of protectionism, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 94% compatible with the AQA course and 98% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
JHSimmons
Microeconomics: Government Intervention and Market Failure

Microeconomics: Government Intervention and Market Failure

Government Intervention and Market Failure is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different market structures to the various types of government intervention, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 89% compatible with the AQA course and 86% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
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Macroeconomics: Macroeconomic Policy Instruments

Macroeconomics: Macroeconomic Policy Instruments

Macroeconomic Policy Instruments is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different macroeconomics indicators to the various types of protectionism, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 94% compatible with the AQA course and 98% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
JHSimmons
Microeconomics: Scarcity and Choice

Microeconomics: Scarcity and Choice

Business Economics and Market Structures is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different market structures to the various types of government intervention, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 89% compatible with the AQA course and 86% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
JHSimmons
Microeconomics: Labour Markets

Microeconomics: Labour Markets

Labour Markets is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different market structures to the various types of government intervention, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 89% compatible with the AQA course and 86% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
JHSimmons
Microeconomics: Demand and Supply

Microeconomics: Demand and Supply

Demand and Supply is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different market structures to the various types of government intervention, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 89% compatible with the AQA course and 86% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
JHSimmons
Microeconomics: Business Economics and Market Structures

Microeconomics: Business Economics and Market Structures

Business Economics and Market Structures is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different market structures to the various types of government intervention, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 89% compatible with the AQA course and 86% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
JHSimmons
The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics

The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics

The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics is the culmination of hundreds of hours of work to create the perfect classroom and revision resource for the new A Level Economics courses. Carefully crafted by a former student, the Guide has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, theGuide has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: The Guide uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: The Guide includes every relevant diagram for A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different macroeconomics indicators to the various types of protectionism, the Guide has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The Guide is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 94% compatible with the AQA course and 98% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A. Innovative Design: The Guide is the first of its kind to offer all three specifications with page numbers and subtitle codes to help students and teachers find the relevant content throughout the book.
JHSimmons
Macroeconomics: The Global Context

Macroeconomics: The Global Context

The Global Context is a chapter featured in The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics, which has been made available here as a standalone download for those uninterested in purchasing the entire book. Carefully crafted by a former student, this chapter has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, this chapter has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: This chapter uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: This chapter includes every relevant diagram for this part of the A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different macroeconomics indicators to the various types of protectionism, this chapter has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Macroeconomics as a whole is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 94% compatible with the AQA course and 98% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A.
JHSimmons
The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics

The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics

The A Level Economics Student Textbook and Revision Guide: Microeconomics is the culmination of hundreds of hours of work to create the perfect classroom and revision resource for the new A Level Economics courses. Carefully crafted by a former student, the Guide has been designed with a plethora of features to help OCR, AQA and Edexcel A students achieve the top grades. Model Explanations: To ensure quality over quantity, the Guide has made a painstaking effort to explain economic concepts with concision while including all the key points. Current Examples: The Guide uses current and topical examples to illustrate economic concepts and help students apply them to the real world. Furthermore, model explanations have been structured to allow students and teachers to easily substitute their own examples in place of those already given. Digital Diagrams: The Guide includes every relevant diagram for A Level Economics, which have been digitally-drawn clearly and simply to provide an authoritative resource for students and teachers alike. Benefits, Drawbacks and Evaluation: From the different market structures to the various types of government intervention, the Guide has summarised the most important benefits, drawbacks and evaluative points in a straightforward table layout. Written According to Spec: The Guide is 100% compatible with the OCR course, 89% compatible with the AQA course and 86% compatible with the Edexcel A course. Due to the small differences between the courses, the Guide could never meet the exact requirements for all three A Level Economics specifications, but it nevertheless covers all the main points for both AQA and Edexcel A. Innovative Design: The Guide is the first of its kind to offer all three specifications with page numbers and subtitle codes to help students and teachers find the relevant content throughout the book.
JHSimmons
AS and A Level Economics Exemplar Essays

AS and A Level Economics Exemplar Essays

The AS and A Level Economics Exemplar Essays booklet contains 10 A-grade essays that were written by a former A Level Economics student. Confidently written under exam conditions, the essays are an excellent classroom and revision resource for both students and teachers to develop and improve the essay-writing skills that are so essential to achieve the top grades in the exam. Variety: The 10 essays cover Business Economics and Market Structures, Government Intervention, the Financial Sector and much, much more! Top-grade essays: All essays are A-grade or even higher, so all students of any ability can develop new or improve existing essay-writing skills and techniques. Authentic: Every essay was completed by a former A Level Economics student under timed conditions, so no essay is longer than what’s possible for a student to write in the exam. Marked by a qualified teacher: Every essay was marked and annotated by a qualified teacher, who’s also the head of an Economics department.
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