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Economics Is For Everyone!

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‘Economics is for everyone’, argues legendary economist Ha-Joon Chang in our latest mind-blowing RSA Animate.

This is the video economists don’t want you to see! Chang explains why every single person can and SHOULD get their head around basic economics. He pulls back the curtain on the often mystifying language of derivatives and quantitative easing, and explains how easily economic myths and assumptions become gospel. Arm yourself with some facts, and get involved in discussions about the fundamentals that underpin our day-to-day lives.

 

 

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  • I agree with you about your thoughts that economics is for every person because each and every person is involved in this activity, and the video is awesome to demonstrate how exactly econimics work, this video is easy to understand and has great information for the users to understand it easily.

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