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Degree: Economics (Bachelors) - Warwick University
I am an economics student at Warwick University. I have had alot of prioir teaching experience with pupils of all ages, helping them with GCSE's and A Levels, at my previous school, after being selected to mentor students. At university, I have also been selected to mentor incoming university students, studying economics.
During the sessions, we will cover exactly what you want to be covered, in depth, so you are prepared for both easy and tougher questions. From the start, I will make sure sufficient amount of practice, essay questions, exam practice, ranging from easier to much harder questions occurs, such that you are completely prepared before the exam. I am more than happy to teach students at any level.
Outside of tutoring times, I am more than happy to take emails from students regarding any questions/problems you have.
Being an economics student, I can help any with any questions they have about a degree in economics. More in general, I offer personal statement help for all degrees.
If you have any questions, send me a 'WebMail' or book a 'Meet the Tutor Session'!
|Economics||A Level||£24 /hr|
|Geography||A Level||£24 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£24 /hr|
|Business Studies||GCSE||£22 /hr|
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Supply Side policy is basically anything that improves the long run growth of an economy. By that, we mean, anything that can help it grow in the long run sustainably, thereby avoiding 'bad' inflationary pressure usually experienced by a rapidly growing economy. Therefore, it is used alot by modern economy's, simply to improve on long run trend growth rate, so that these economy's are able to sustain a high level of growth. The 1970's was when Margaret Thatcher really introduced substantial supply side policies such as privatisation, a completely new tax system, that one can easily led to rapid growth in years to growth. Supply Side reform continued leading to upswing periods of growth, most notably, the 'NICE' period in 2003 (Non inflationary Continuous Growth). Education is a particuarly important SSP, and as you are probably aware, is being heavily reformed in the UK. Why? So that we have brighter students, that are more skilled and thus employable, therefore reducing the unemployment rate and having a skilled labour force that can support an ever growing population.see more