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China's economy in 90 seconds

Growth of 6.7 per cent might be too high for China, with debt outpacing output growth. The FT's Yuan Yang explains. ► Subscribe to the Financial Times o

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The Cost of Making the iPhone 7

The Cost of Making the iPhone 7 | Macroeconomics | Scoop.it
This chart compares the iPhone 7's estimated manufacturing costs with those of its predecessors.

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Geoff Riley's curator insight, September 24, 2:51 AM
A great chart to think about when considering the costs of getting the iPhone 7 to market. The basic manufacturing (assembly) costs amount to just $5 a phone. What lies beneath is the expense of the research and development and cost of flash memory, phones etc. Apple has higher materials costs than Samsung but still makes a bigger profit margin on each iPhone sold. More here http://press.ihs.com/press-release/technology/iphone-7-materials-costs-higher-previous-versions-ihs-markit-teardown-revea
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Which will be the big economies in 15 years? It's not a done deal

Which will be the big economies in 15 years? It's not a done deal | Macroeconomics | Scoop.it
Will Hutton: Will China, Russia and Mexico, governed by extractive elites, really do so well? Is Europe such a write-off? And what about Britain?
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Is Britain's economy really on the path to prosperity?

Is Britain's economy really on the path to prosperity? | Macroeconomics | Scoop.it
Osborne's autumn statement will likely present a rosy picture of growth. But is it to be short-lived?
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Primer on China’s Economy

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Geoff Riley's curator insight, October 2, 4:08 AM
A twenty minute primer lecture from Chatham House on the Chinese economy. Since undertaking economic reform in 1978, China has experienced the fastest sustained expansion by a major economy in history. Yukon Huang outlines how this remarkable transformation has occurred.
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The Hat of Generalisation - How Reading a Blog Can Improve Your Exam Grade

The Hat of Generalisation - How Reading a Blog Can Improve Your Exam Grade | Macroeconomics | Scoop.it

In my classroom last year, I introduced the ‘Hat of Generalisation’, helpfully made by @adamwilkie95 and @jtphaynes .It was two feet high, made of light blue cardboard, with a white bobble on the top and a daisy chain chinstrap.


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Mark Cleaver's curator insight, June 6, 2013 4:40 AM

A stunningly clear explanation of how to gain credit for evaluation.

Highly recommended reading for all students (although I'm not sure I'll be making a 'hat of generalisation'!)

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Exam Tips - Best Paragraph Structure For A2 (Unit 4) Macro

Tips on exam technique for answering unit 4 Macro questions - improve your exam scores by writing stronger paragraphs and evaluating well.
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