Economics and Welfare is a huge subject area. We look at Business, Consumerism, Poverty, Class and Social mobility, Globalisation and Homelessness - to name but a few of the related topics our resources cover.
Teaching about Economics and Welfare helps students gain a basic understanding of how resources are allocated in society, in government, in households and in businesses. Pupils get the opportunity to learn about employment, managing personal finances, debt, assessing the cost-benefit ratios when making financial decisions, and how their choices as consumers can affect local and global economies and communities.
Our educational resources can be used to support classroom-based or independent home study. We provide a wide variety of learning materials from newspaper articles, infographics, academic research, government reports, surveys and statistics.
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