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  • Global Policy Forum: Global Public Goods

    Global Policy Forum’s mission is to monitor policy making at the United Nations (2009-15).

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  • What causes economic bubbles?

    This Ted-Ed lesson explains the peak of a business cycle using the tulip market in the 1600s as an example (2015).

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  • BUBBLE TROUBLE: Analyzing Causes of the Economic Crisis.

    In this NY Times lesson, students use several different resources from The New York Times to discuss, analyze, and present on the causes and effects of the 2008 economic crisis.

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  • Nowhere to Go but Up? Analyzing Economic Measures in a Downturn

    How do we know when the economy is in a recession? How do key economic indicators perform in a downturn? In this New York Times lesson, students create graphs of various economic measurements, using quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills to compare, contrast and correlate the performance of measures like gross domestic product, unemployment and personal ...

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  • Keynes vs. Hayek: The Rise of the Chicago School of Economics

    Students will:Learn about differences between Keynes’ and Hayek’s economic philosophies. Describe economic freedom according to Hayek and the Chicago School of Thought, and as current economists describe it. Explain how Keynes’ economic policies could limit economic freedom (EconEd 2006)

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  • How Is Our Economy Doing?

    Students learn the meaning and measurement of six important economic indicators and use the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank National Economic Trends website to assess the current state of the economy. (EconEd 2006)

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  • Economic Sectors and International Development

    Using poverty rate as a measure of development, students select countries five at a time to compare how resources are allocated to three economic sectors (agriculture, industrial, service). After making comparisons, students will identify patterns in which sector is emphasized by the wealthiest countries, and will look for patterns in the geographic distribution of countries ...

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  • A TALE OF TWO ECONOMIES: Comparing the 1929 Stock Market Crash to Today’s Wall Street Crisis

    In this NYT lesson, students use resources from The New York Times to compare the circumstances under which the Great Depression came about to the circumstances of the economic crisis in 2008.

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  • Do Federal Taxes Reduce Income Inequality?

    Just how unequal is the U.S. before taxes? How much does the tax code change that? David Wessel, Director of the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy, explains (USA 2015).

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  • London Lives: Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis

    The website aims to make accessible the records of non-elite individuals in order to show how those users of particular social institutions—charities, the penal system, and others—shaped their development (Economic and Social Research Council 2010).

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