Each news item starts with an introduction to the issue, showing you how the articles and broadcasts relate to the economic theory covered in your textbook. This is followed by several links to relevant news articles and often to videos, podcasts, data and official publications. The item finishes with discussion questions that can be used either for self-testing or for use in class.
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