Teachers will be able to:
- Understand how economic freedom impacts various well-being measures, and therefore, why getting the economic institutions of a country correct is crucial for prosperity.
- Explore how economic freedom impacts women’s well-being and various gender gaps.
- Access to resources they can readily use in their classroom.
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In this economics webinar, see how lower violence, poverty and increased overall quality of life can be the result of freer markets.
Presented by Antony Davies and the New Jersey Council for Economic Education.
The news promotes the idea that the world is getting worse; the facts don’t support this. Violence in the US is down 70% and poor Americans today live better than middle-class Americans did 100 years ago. World poverty has dropped from over 95% to less than 10%, inequality is falling and the environment is getting cleaner
Further understand what economic institutions are, how they are measured and why they lead to a more free society with greater respect for human rights.
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