Why are politicians so keen to open up the economy post Covid?
Why did the global economy crash in 2008?
Were bankers to blame?
Why was there such strong feeling on both sides of the Brexit argument?
What does the EU even do?
Does it matter that most of the stuff we buy is not made in the UK? Why is it big news if the Bank of England changes base interest rates?
An A ‘level in Economics will answer all this and much more.
Never has Economics been more relevant to study than now. Rarely a day goes by without the economy being mentioned in the news and the importance of an economic recovery, post Covid.
An A ‘level in Economics will help you to make sense of the current economic situation by understanding the relevant theories and concepts which underpin much of this story. Economic thinking has been critical to the recovery of nations after seismic events such as world wars, stock market crashes, natural disasters and more.
Economics is a subject that we study as an academic subject, but which we can contextualise into our lives today and in the recent past.
The aims and objectives of the Edexcel A ‘Level in Economics A which we follow enables you to: