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PBS Economics correspondent Paul Solman examines the cases for and against paying student athletes. He interviews Ed O'Bannon, the former UCLA star who sued the NCAA and EA Sports for using his image in a video game without permission.
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Labor, Workers
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This video models a lesson from our Understanding Fiscal Responsibility curriculum in the classroom, discusses lesson objectives and provides pointers for teaching about federal taxes and their relationship to the national debt. Students learn more about their own political philosophies and then discuss how these views fit within the national discussion on taxation.
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Budget, Budget Deficit, Capital Gain, Costs, Debt, Incentive, Revenue, Taxation, Utility
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This NY1 segment features Jonathan Joseph, an economics teacher at White Plains High School (NY) and recipient of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Teaching Champion Award, who created a semester-long honors course called Economics and Sports.
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Law of Demand, Law of Supply, Taxes
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By Margaret Ray

This lesson supports the Basic Economic Concepts section of the Advanced Placement Macroeconomics course. This lesson focuses on the study and control of business cycles, which are the heart of macroeconomics. Business cycles are a problem because output fluctuations lead to unemployment and inflation.

This lesson appears as Lesson 7, Unit 1: Basic Economic Concepts in CEE's [EEL-link id='5227' title='Advanced Placement Macroeconomics (4th Edition)' ].

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Business cycle, Depression, Inflation, Macroeconomics, Recession, Unemployment
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By Margaret Ray

This lesson supports the National Income and Price Determination section of the Advanced Placement Macroeconomics course. The focus of this lesson is on short-run equilibrium in the AS/AD model and the changes in real GDP and the price level if AS or AD changes. Students need to learn how to graph and explain changes in AS and AD and the resulting effects on equilibrium price level and real GDP.

This lesson appears as Lesson 4, Unit 3: National Income and Price Determination in CEE's [EEL-link id='5227' title='Advanced Placement Macroeconomics (4th Edition)' ]. 

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Aggregate Demand (AD), Aggregate Supply (AS), Equilibrium Price, Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
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By Margaret Ray

This lesson supports the Financial Sector section of the Advanced Placement Economics course. It introduces students to the money market and loanable funds market. These two markets are used later to explain the effects of monetary and fiscal policy on the economy through the aggregate supply/aggregate demand (AS/AD) model.

This lesson appears as Lesson 3 in Unit 4: Financial Sector in CEE's [EEL-link id='5227' title='Advanced Placement Macroeconomics(4th Edition).' ]

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Federal Reserve, Interest Rate, Loanable Funds Market, Money Supply
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Grade9-12
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By Margaret Ray

This lesson supports the Inflation, Unemployment, and Stabilization Policies section of the Advanced Placement Macroeconomics course. It introduces government budget deficits and the national debt and analyzes the long-run effects of budget deficits on the economy.

This lesson appears as Lesson 3, Unit 5: Inflation, Unemployment, and Stabilization Policies in CEE's [EEL-link id='5227' title='Advanced Placement Macroeconomics (4th Edition).' ]

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Budget Deficit, Budget Surplus, Fiscal Policy, National Debt
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Grade9-12
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By Margaret Ray

This lesson supports the Open Economy: International Trade and Finance section of the Advanced Placement Macroeconomics course. This lesson introduces net capital flows and examines their effect on the macroeconomy through the loanable funds market.

This lesson appears as Lesson 5, Unit 7: Open Economy: International Trade and Finance in CEE's [EEL-link id='5227' title='Advanced Placement Macroeconomics (4th Edition).' ]

Key concepts
Balance of Trade, Current Account, Exports, Foreign Exchange Market, Loanable Funds Market

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