In view of the recent examination trends, we conclude that the A Level questions frequently feature specific issues, such as the 2008 Great Recession, as well as industries, like oil and textile. Therefore, our articles are curated carefully to keep you informed and aware of these matters. By doing so, you can comprehend the economic implications better.
Besides articles and videos, we also put up Infographics, which have been carefully designed to highlight essential economics concepts. For example, we have a concise timeline to show how historical developments in the 20th century led to the fluctuations in the price of oil. Such an infographic is instrumental in understanding the application of demand and supply concepts.
Want to learn more about economics issues? Watch these visually-engaging videos to gain more knowledge about Economics. For instance, we cover the challenges of the price regulation in the Thai rice markets. Additionally, you can take part in the commentary section to share your views and engage with other readers to reflect on these matters.
Similar to ‘flash cards’, we have a summarised list of statistics and factual evidence to support your analysis of economics issues. For example, the exchange rate management policy of the Monetary Authority of Singapore is mentioned to show how its ‘gradual and modest appreciation’ will affect the growth of the Singapore economy.