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Economics For Life

Have you ever noticed that even though you have a wardrobe full of clothes, you tend to wear...
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Why tuition really helps at A level Economics

For many students, Economics is a very difficult A level. It not only requires high levels of...
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Brexit and the UK’s Economic future

Much has been made in the popular press about how, since the EU referendum result of 23rd June,...
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The Quality of Money

What is the purpose of money? Where does it come from? Inequality generates trade and...

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  • Understanding the Concept of Opportunity Cost

    Haris Jawaid A-level Economics Tutor (East London) Picture A key concept in Economics is that of Opportunity Cost. The definition of Opportunity Cost is the benefit of the next best alternative forgone. For instance, if you have 2 hours of free time and you spend them watching TV instead of working on a job, then the opportunity cost of this decision...
  • The Quality of Money Editor's Pick

    Swithun Dobson A-level Economics Tutor (Exeter) Picture What is the purpose of money? Where does it come from? Inequality generates trade and specialisation creates the need for money. A good money is widely marketable and must function as a genuine store of value, thus paper money should be consigned to the board game Monopoly. Inequality Leads To...
  • Trade Marks As Legal Monopolies

    Mr Andrew Ross A-level Economics Tutor (South West London) Picture Intellectual property rights (IPR) comprise of Trade Marks, Copyrights, Patents and design protection, and are quite poorly covered in A-level economics textbooks. This is surprising as they comprise a powerful and enduring source of monopoly power which can be related effectively to monopoly...

 

  • A Little Less Teaching. A Little More Action.

    Paul Mc A-level Economics Tutor (Manchester) Picture Everybody loves to learn, to gain something to keep, that nobody can take away from you. That lovely buzz of reaching a new level, knowing something more than someone else and the off shoots of confidence and achievement that no one can ever take away. Learning is permanent, but the process can...
  • Brexit and the UK’s Economic future Editor's Pick

    Richard Parker A-level Economics Tutor (Stockport) Picture Much has been made in the popular press about how, since the EU referendum result of 23rd June, the UK economy has not entered recession, and that for now at least, the four horsemen of the economic apocalypse are nowhere to be seen. In truth, the doom-monger forecasts provided by the less...
  • 5 Things that were designed using Economics

    A-level Economics Tutor (East London) Picture 1. Sports tournaments: This year, Andy Murray and Serena Williams walked away from Wimbledon as champions with £1.8 million each. Portugal won €23.5 million in the Euro Cup 2016. However, there’s far more to designing a successful sports tournament than just the prize money. The organisers of...