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Unit 1 Microeconomics
Unit 1.5 Theory of the Firm
Unit 2 Macroeconomics
Unit 3 International Economics
Welcome to the Economics Classroom!
This site includes over 100 video lectures covering the major topics in an introductory Economics course at the high school or university level. The videos are categorized by unit, following the IB Economics syllabus. On the sidebar to the right you will find links to other resources to help you learn Economics, including worksheets and practice activities, an Economics dictionary, flashcards for reviewing key terms, and other resources.
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Who is Jason Welker?
Jason is the creator of The Economics Classroom, which itself is the culmination of 13 years of developing resources for IB and AP Economics teachers and students while teaching at international schools in Thailand, China and Switzerland.
Jason’s YouTube channel has over 25,000 subscribers and millions of students have used his lessons to help prepare for exams since he posted his first video lesson in 2011. Jason is also the author of a top-selling IB Economics textbook, Pearson Baccalaureate’s Economics for the IB Diploma and REA’s AP Macroeconomics Crash Course and he is an experienced examiner for both the IB Internal Assessment and external exams.
In the spring of 2017 Jason will resign from his teaching position in Switzerland to return to the United States and focus on developing resources for the Economics Classroom full time.