Econ Express is a unique online resource that helps teachers and students learn, practice, and assess basic economic concepts in a creative and engaging way. Covering 51 concepts, Econ Express serves as a general overview of the content typically taught in a high school Intro to Economics course. It’s all here: from the basics of scarcity and productive resources to more intricate topics like comparative advantage and monetary policy, Econ Express provides an overview to economics that is accessible and easy to use.
All academic subjects have a foundation. This domain features the key concepts upon which Economics is built.
The behavior of firms and individuals inside of markets is the focus of microeconomics. Learn how prices are set, the motivations of buyers and sellers interact, and the ways in which markets are structured here.
As its name implies, macroeconomics is all about the big picture of the nationwide economy. Key concepts include measuring and monitoring the economy as well as learning how policymakers affect the economy through political and economic decisions.
No modern economy is completely self-sufficient. Trade is critical to global growth and wealth creation. This domain features concepts that explain why trade matters, how it happens, and why some countries limit it.
Individual decision-making is the cornerstone of personal finance. Budgets, insurance, investing, and work-life all involve applying economic concepts to personal situations.
Overview: Measuring how many goods and services a country produces is a massive undertaking. This lesson will help you understand how it is done and why it is never perfect.
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How does a bill become law, and who's in charge of writing it and getting it passed? We explain in this week's episode of Peach State Politics.