Teachers will be able to:
- Explain the variances in predicted versus actual trade policy outcomes.
- Discuss how government policies allocate resources differently than markets. and identify why these differences matter in the long term.
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In this economics webinar, apply the tools of economists to analyze and debate the effects of monetary, fiscal and trade policies.
Investigate the long and short run effects on production, employment and inflation using the aggregate demand and aggregate supply framework. These and other tools help make sense of economic conditions, and can predict and explain associated outcomes.
EconEdLink content and EdTech tools like PearDeck will be used to show how to engage and excite students about related topics.