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  • Economics Today Volume 26 (2018-2019)

Economics Today Volume 26 (2018-2019)

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4 up to date magazines published from September till March.

Ideal for all AS and A2 Economics Students

  • Up to 12 articles including one by Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England, in the September issue.
  • 2 AS / Year 1 Level Data Questions and Answers in each issue written by highly experienced examiners.
  • Our Roving Economist will be looking at the Economics behind topics such as: Should there be a charge for disposable coffee cups? and Is the return for studying a degree now less worthwhile?
  • 2 Year 2 articles plus 1 crossover article that links AS / Year 1 and Year 2 in each issue.
  • Everyday Economics: A feature written just before publication which will explain the economic significance of a major topic in the news.
  • Economic Viewpoint: A feature by Allan Hodge applying an economist’s view on interesting topics in the news.
  • Lots of devices sprinkled throughout to aid learning and understanding such as Remember this; Try this; Highlighted definitions; Examiner’s Tips.
  • AS / Year 1 and Year 2 articles are timed to coincide with the teaching year.
  • Articles flagged to show which Board and Unit they are relevant to.
  • A number of highly experienced examiners are contributing to our big 44 full-colour pages in each issue.

AS / Year 1 Data Questions and Answers

Each issue will contain 2 data questions and answers. Our authors include former Chair of Examiners 
Brian Ellis and former Chief Examiner Quintin Brewer

.
The questions will be covering issues including: Commodity prices and elasticities; Should there be a charge for entry to museums?: Private goods, public goods and common property resources; Unit pricing of alcohol; and, price controls and subsidies.

Crossover article

One article in each issue is designed to cover elements of both the AS / Year 1 and Year 2 syllabuses.  Articles include:

  • What is the state of the UK’s balance of payments?
  • Has inequality lessened in recent years?
  • Should the MPC abandon inflation targeting in favour of another target?
  • Should the UK have a  universal welfare system?


Year 2 articles

Two articles in each issue including:

  • Why are there gender differences in the labour market?
  • What determines aggregate supply and demand in the short run?
  • The gig economy and work conditions.
  • The concern over debt in the UK

Regular features

Taking Issues: In this feature, Peter Cramp, Head of Economics, Nottingham High School, will examine topics including: Stamp duty and house sales; The debate over the apprenticeship levy; The case for and against a tourist tax in cities with large visitor numbers; and should we have a hypothecated tax for funding extra resources for the NHS?

View from the City;  Economists will present their own view of the Economy. Our authors include Neil MacKinnon, Global Macro Strategist, VTB Capital and Dr George Buckley, Chief UK Economist, Nomura Bank.

Multiple Choice Questions and Answers: In this feature, former Chief Examiner Robert Nutter will be setting and answering six multiple choice questions, three for AS / Year 1 and three for Year 2.

The Unbalanced Economist: In this feature Ruth Corderoy will be taking a one-sided look at a controversial topic such as Why teachers should be paid more than bankers.

Economics Viewpoint: Allan Hodge will be examining topics including: Is it worth spending millions of pounds in trying for success at the Winter Olympics; Is the boom in the TV rights to show football now over?; Should we have a scrappage scheme for diesel cars? And, is the rail franchise system now discredited.

The Roving Economist: Ruth Tarrant will be taking a look at issues including: Should there be a charge for disposable coffee cups?; Should the triple lock on pensions be scrapped?; and Should the new Heathrow runway go ahead?

Everyday Economics: In this feature former Chief Examiner Peter Maunder and Nigel Tree will be drawing out the Economics behind an up-to-date news item.

4 up to date magazines published from September till March.

Ideal for all AS and A2 Economics Students

  • Up to 12 articles including one by Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England, in the September issue.
  • 2 AS / Year 1 Level Data Questions and Answers in each issue written by highly experienced examiners.
  • Our Roving Economist will be looking at the Economics behind topics such as: Should there be a charge for disposable coffee cups? and Is the return for studying a degree now less worthwhile?
  • 2 Year 2 articles plus 1 crossover article that links AS / Year 1 and Year 2 in each issue.
  • Everyday Economics: A feature written just before publication which will explain the economic significance of a major topic in the news.
  • Economic Viewpoint: A feature by Allan Hodge applying an economist’s view on interesting topics in the news.
  • Lots of devices sprinkled throughout to aid learning and understanding such as Remember this; Try this; Highlighted definitions; Examiner’s Tips.
  • AS / Year 1 and Year 2 articles are timed to coincide with the teaching year.
  • Articles flagged to show which Board and Unit they are relevant to.
  • A number of highly experienced examiners are contributing to our big 44 full-colour pages in each issue.

AS / Year 1 Data Questions and Answers

Each issue will contain 2 data questions and answers. Our authors include former Chair of Examiners 
Brian Ellis and former Chief Examiner Quintin Brewer

.
The questions will be covering issues including: Commodity prices and elasticities; Should there be a charge for entry to museums?: Private goods, public goods and common property resources; Unit pricing of alcohol; and, price controls and subsidies.

Crossover article

One article in each issue is designed to cover elements of both the AS / Year 1 and Year 2 syllabuses.  Articles include:

  • What is the state of the UK’s balance of payments?
  • Has inequality lessened in recent years?
  • Should the MPC abandon inflation targeting in favour of another target?
  • Should the UK have a  universal welfare system?


Year 2 articles

Two articles in each issue including:

  • Why are there gender differences in the labour market?
  • What determines aggregate supply and demand in the short run?
  • The gig economy and work conditions.
  • The concern over debt in the UK

Regular features

Taking Issues: In this feature, Peter Cramp, Head of Economics, Nottingham High School, will examine topics including: Stamp duty and house sales; The debate over the apprenticeship levy; The case for and against a tourist tax in cities with large visitor numbers; and should we have a hypothecated tax for funding extra resources for the NHS?

View from the City;  Economists will present their own view of the Economy. Our authors include Neil MacKinnon, Global Macro Strategist, VTB Capital and Dr George Buckley, Chief UK Economist, Nomura Bank.

Multiple Choice Questions and Answers: In this feature, former Chief Examiner Robert Nutter will be setting and answering six multiple choice questions, three for AS / Year 1 and three for Year 2.

The Unbalanced Economist: In this feature Ruth Corderoy will be taking a one-sided look at a controversial topic such as Why teachers should be paid more than bankers.

Economics Viewpoint: Allan Hodge will be examining topics including: Is it worth spending millions of pounds in trying for success at the Winter Olympics; Is the boom in the TV rights to show football now over?; Should we have a scrappage scheme for diesel cars? And, is the rail franchise system now discredited.

The Roving Economist: Ruth Tarrant will be taking a look at issues including: Should there be a charge for disposable coffee cups?; Should the triple lock on pensions be scrapped?; and Should the new Heathrow runway go ahead?

Everyday Economics: In this feature former Chief Examiner Peter Maunder and Nigel Tree will be drawing out the Economics behind an up-to-date news item.

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