Macroeconomics vs Microeconomics - Top 5 Differences [Infographics]
This is examples Macroeconomics vs Microeconomics attempts to analyze the differences between the two most important branches of Economics viz .
This 6-page guide consists of basic macroeconomics concepts and principles, which can be used in school, home or in work place. Topics covered include: supply &
Keynesian Economics vs Austrian Economics [Infographic] | Daily Infographic
The battle of the economic heavy-weights have arrived, what side do you fight on?
This 6-page guide outlines concepts and principles of microeconomics in an easy to understand format. It contains information on: supply & demand, elasticity & production costs, perfect competition & monopoly, resource markets, wage determination & externalities, labor supply and much more. Browse and download thousands of educational eBooks, worksheets, teacher presentations, practice tests and more at Examville.com - The Education Marketplace (http://www.examville.com)
What Is Behavioural Economics? (Infographic) - B2B International
Behavioural economics views humans as irrational and emotional beings who are influenced by biases and experience when making decisions.
Compound Interest Rule of 72
You might do some quick calculations with current interest rates and come to the sobering realization that the effects of saving your money aren’t as mind-blowing as you thought. Why is that?
A Worldwide Compendium of Currency and Wages #Infographic
Have you ever wondered how much the minimum wage is in another country or the value of it's currency? This infographic takes a look at 39 different countries around the world and displays what the average minimum wage is for each one. Wages displayed are based on a full work week (which can range from 38-48 hours depending on the country) and then totaled up to show the annual earnings in each country. With the United States holding the highest rate of currency trade in the world, this data…
The Meeting Professional’s Guide to Behavioral Economics
I’m honoured to have an article in this month’s MPI One+. A quick recap of the article can be found below.
The KidsEcon Posters© project gives teachers the tools they need to help their students understand the exciting economic world around them - making them more effective producers, consumers, savers, investors, and voting citizens. At the heart of the project are 22 colorful posters each describing an important economic concept identified in the National Standards in Economics and in most state Standards.
The Month in Numbers - October 2012
Men and women spend their money on different things; the history of credit cards can be traced back to 3,000 BC and other things you need to know.
Key economics concepts: incentives matter, there is no such thing as a free lunch, economic errors are caused by ignoring secondary consequences and long term effects, etc.
How Interest Rates Work - iNFOGRAPHiCs MANiA
Simple interest adds on only initial amount! Grows money but not as fast as compound interest! Investing, Investing Tips, Investing Ideas
Inflation, Unemployment, and Stabilization Policies - Duffka School of Economics
The Duffka School of Economics is a site designed by Peter Duffer. Mr. Duffer teaches AP Economics at Buffalo Grove High School in Illinois.
Infographic for "Economic Systems: How Do Countries Organize Economic Activity?"
How do countries organize economic activity? Via the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.