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Feel a sense of intellectualism whenever they participate in a discussion about football!
5 countries: 5 economies: 2 competitions (Includes Economics English course)
Be able to argue for/against wanting to host the World Cup
See the 2018 World Cup in a whole new (economics) light!
An interest in understanding world affairs – especially the economics behind the World Cup 2018!
A realisation that although France won the World Cup there will also be an economic impact in Russia, Croatia, UK – and America!
The role of penalties in international football
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About this course
This is an economics course about the economic impact of the 2018 World Cup. (Macro economics and micro economics) By basing the course around the World Cup we make the subject , relevant, approachable and Economics actually becomes.. easy!
We look at the impact of the World Cup on various countries but also consider the economic theory behind this impact.
Macro economics concepts include:
Government economic policy
Balance of payments
We also apply game theory to penalty shoot-outs. (Football) The course starts off with the 2014 World Cup but quickly moves on to the impact of hosting the football tournament, of qualifying (or not) and actually winning he final.
We also consider controversies and.Pussy Riot!
Although the course is looking at the World Cup, make no mistake, this is all economics, economics, economics!
July 2019: Workbook added on Economics and decluttering
Chapter 1 : The economics of decluttering
Chapter 2: Decluttering the company
Chapter 3: How to declutter like an Economist
Chapter 4: Buy less…
Chapter 5: The economics of tidying up
Chapter 6: Declutter your business
Chapter 7: Mistakes people make when decluttering
Chapter 8: The Kondo Effect: the economy-chag magic of tidying up
Costs of clutter
5S lean manufacturing
Declutter your mail inbox
Declutter your home office
Wasting and opportunities
Thinking like an economist
A rich life with less stuff
How much is enough
The art of letting go
Status quo bias
Minimalism and economics: the endowment effect
30 December 2019
Workbook added on Economics 2020
Anyone who follows football and is interested in the economic impact of the 2018 World Cup – in theory and practice
Everyone who has/has not studied economics before – there is so much to learn here!
Someone who watched some/all of the World Cup and wondered ‘What if..’