I am currently in my third year studying economics and finance at the University of Exeter. As well as having a strong passion for economics, I have a great love for mathematics too.
I have experience in teaching through coaching tennis and swimming and also helping my sister who has just gone into year 10 with her maths homework. This has all helped with my communication, patience and enthusiasm for teaching.
In economics I can help with both micro and macro. During the sessions I can help explain topics through the use of various diagrams, graphs and examples to make sure they are fully understood. In mathematics I can assist with any problems you may have and provide lots of simple to complicated examples to make sure you are able to tackle any questions you may come across. I am able to adapt my teaching style to suit your specific needs.
I hope my enthusiasm for these two subjects will make my tutorials enjoyable and make sure you are fully confident with what we have covered.
|Economics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Maths||13 Plus||£18 /hr|
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The best way to explain the multiplier effect is through an example.
Imagine that the government invested £100m in building a new hospital. They would need to employ lots of staff to build and work in the hospital. This would provide extra income to these people and they will spend more in shops.
This will create more demand in the economy. Due to this increse in demand the shops will employ more staff and demand more products from their suppliers. As the suppliers have an increase in demand they will also have to employ more staff.
This increase in employment will create extra income in the economy of which some will be spent in shops. This will cause an increase in demand in the economy and the cycle will repeat again and again.
The investment from the government will cause a circular flow of income and spending. This will cause GDP to increase by more than the initial £100m investment.see more