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Behavioral Economics - 21st Century

Introduction to Economics: Curriculum

    1. Welcome!

    2. The Six Real-World Issues of IB Economics

    3. Welcome to the Introduction to Economics Unit!

    4. Lesson 1: The Study of Economics

    5. Lesson 2: Scarcity, Choice, Opportunity Cost, and Utility

    6. Lesson 3: The Basic Economic Problem

    7. Lesson 4: The Factors of Production

    8. Lesson 5: Production Possibility Curve

    9. Lesson 6: The Nine Central Themes of IB Economics

    10. Lesson 7: Microeconomics and Macroeconomics

    11. Lesson 8: Positive and Normative Economics

    12. Lesson 9: Rational Economic Thinking

    13. Study Break!

    14. Lesson 10: Model Building

    15. Lesson 11: The Circular Flow of Income Model

    16. Lesson 12: Free Market vs Planned Economies

    17. Lesson 13: Economic Growth vs Economic Development

    18. Lesson 14: Closing Remarks to Introduction to Economics

    19. Review Questions: Introduction to Economics

    20. Key Terms and Concepts: Introduction to Economics

    1. Lesson 1: Introduction to the Evolution of Economic Thinking

    2. Lesson 2: Classical Economics - The 18th Century

    3. Lesson 3: Classical Economics - The 19th Century

    4. Lesson 4: Neoclassical Economics - 19th Century

    5. Lesson 5: Karl Marx's Critique of Classical Economics

    6. Lesson 6: Keynesian Economics - The 20th Century

    7. Lesson 7: Monetarism (New Classical) Economics - 20th Century

    8. Lesson 8: Behavioral Economics - 21st Century

    9. Lesson 9: The Circular Economy and The Doughnut Economy - 21st Century

    10. Lesson 10: Closing Remarks on the Evolution of Economic Thought

    1. Congratulations! Closing Remarks on The Introduction to Economics

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