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Using a Simulation Game to Support Macroeconomics Teaching

Tuesday, December 29, 2020|0 Comments

Tim Rogmans introduces his macroeconomics simulation game and provides some advice on how to weave it into your pedagogy. An independent review follows this article.                                                                                                                                           Econland is a simulation game and learning platform designed to [...]

The Art of Statistics, David Spiegelhalter, and  Invisible Women, Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men,  Caroline Criado Perez.

Thursday, December 17, 2020|0 Comments

Lies, damned lies and… We all know the end of the quotation is ‘statistics’, but as both Spiegelhalter and Criado Perez demonstrate, it should really be ‘misunderstood statistics’ or possibly ‘deliberately misleading statistics’ which wouldn’t [...]

Innovation + Equality: How to Create a Future That Is More Star Trek Than Terminator,   Joshua Gans and Andrew Leigh,  The MIT Press, 2019, Hardback, £20, 174 pages, ISBN: 978-0262043229

Thursday, December 17, 2020|0 Comments

Innovation + Equality sets out to discover whether innovation requires inequality, or whether it causes inequality. As with most of these discussions, the answer turns out to be ‘it’s a bit more complicated than that’. [...]

GCSE Business for Edexcel, Paul Hoang, Margaret Ducie, Sam Cleary, Anforme, 2017, 140 pages, £8.95 for single copies, £5.95 for bulk orders of 10 or more, ISBN: 978-1-78014-055-1

Thursday, December 17, 2020|0 Comments

Offering extraordinary value for money, this book provides clearly laid out coverage of the relevant topics and a wealth of information. There are lots of exam style questions, most of which are built around case [...]