Crash Course: Economics

Collector: Ann V.

Nudge Theory, Game Theory, and Oligopoly? A 35-part video Crash Course goes beyond supply and demand and provides young economists with everything they need to know about economics. Based on the 2015 AP Economics guidelines, the curriculum addresses the main themes found in an Econ course.

9th - 12th Social Studies & History, Career & Technical Education 21 Views 2 Saves
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economics, personal finance, gross domestic product, the united states economy, consumption, economic growth, united states foreign policy, poverty, charity, philanthropy, immigration, united states immigration, human migration, illegal immigration, taxes, income tax, the american revolution, mahatma gandhi, death, life expectancy, medicare, healthcare, health insurance, supply and demand, the minimum wage, labor unions, labor, strikes, wages, consumer finance, consumer awareness, human behavior, prices, marketing, market structures, market economies, competition, monopolies, advertising, comparing prices, macroeconomics, capitalism, government regulation, patents, microeconomics, profit, opportunity cost, revenue, variable costs, specialization, education, public education, pollution, greenhouse gases, climate change, non-renewable energy, non-renewable resources, renewable energy sources, renewable resources, the free market, externalities, the environmental protection agency, incentives, equilibrium prices, scarcity, adam smith, price elasticity, marginal analysis, income, wealth, the industrial revolution, globalization, fair trade, free trade, working conditions, thomas malthus, communism, karl marx, marxism, economic principles, the soviet union, the great depression, john maynard keynes, keynesian economics, socialism, recessions, inflation, stagflation, the unemployment rate, the stock market crash of 1929, the federal reserve system, interest rates, the financial crisis of 2008, mortgages, financial literacy, financial crises, housing, currency, currency exchange, bartering, the stock market, monetary policy, money supply, banking, budget deficits, deficits, the national debt, social security, government spending, consumer skills, the consumer price index, productivity, standard of living, developing nations, the business cycle, factors of production, government systems, division of labor, comparative advantage, home economics, risks, cost-benefit analysis
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