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(Oxford) Diploma : Macroeconomics/Behavioural Economics
Macroeconomics: 2023 Budgets; USA Economy, government macroeconomic policies, workbooks, multiple choice tests…

What you will learn

The USA Economy analysed

Budget analysis

Modern comparisons with other economies

Aggregate demand and reasons for shifts

Behavioural Economics

Output gap

Lively discussions!

Supply-side policy

Expansionary monetary policy

Detailed revision section

Several up to date WORKBOOKS


August/September 2023: New section on Behavioural Economics to complement the Macroeconomics

Key details:

  • 48 hours of lectures on macroeconomics
  • Several workbooks on macroeconomics
  • 472 lectures
  • Hundreds of discussions on macroeconomics
  • Regular updates via Educational Announcements
  • Behavioural Economics
  • The Instructor has macroeconomics textbooks on Amazon


1. Watch the Preview video

2. Watch the sample lectures

3. Thoroughly read this course description

4. Be fully aware that participation is encouraged – that means there are manuals (several) numerous discussions (Q/A sections) and regular Education Announcements

5. To achieve the Oxford Diploma in Macroeconomics requires quite a lot of work. To acquire the Completion Certificate you can just…watch. You can choose to do either, neither or both. Questions are responded to quickly.

6. Remember too that this course includes an OPTIONAL course in Business Economics English.

Five reasons to TAKE THIS COURSE right now:

  1. You cannot lose – 30 day refund if you really really don’t like the course BUT if you DO like it:a. updated lecturesb. case studies based on very very current news items

    c. detailed responses to messages

    d. I constantly attempt to have a ‘class atmosphere’ e.g. throwing questions open to all

    e. regular Announcements that are not disguised sales ploys

    f. regular FREE access to numerous other courses offered by me

  2. I am a lecturer/teacher in Economics by trade i.e. I teach full-time for a living. I have been Principal, Director of Studies and Head of Economics. (Oxford, UK)  I have lectured in University, adult evening classes and also run over 50 seminars in the UK
  3. I am/have been an Examiner for FIVE different examination boards
  4. I have 100+ books on Amazon – many of them about business/economics
  5. The success of my students has been featured on the BBC, Daily Telegraph, The Times and I have been featured on TV in 2 countries.


I make courses on Udemy primarily because I enjoy the process of causing learning. Many of my courses are to improve lives. One of the Economics courses is to raise money for charity. (100% of revenue goes to the charity) Fundamentally this course here, is about helping you.

About the course

Using ONLY aggregate demand and aggregate supply, this course explains the basics of macro economic policy. The lectures are fully supported by notes – often repeated to ensure learning – that may be copied and used for other studies.

If you wish to understand more as to why governments cut/raise taxes, cut/raise government expenditure, how this impacts on inflation, unemployment and growth – then this is the course for you.


  • Aggregate demand
  • Aggregate supply
  • November Budget (UK)
  • Shifts in AD/AS
  • Macro-economic equilibrium
  • Spare capacity
  • The Multiplier
  • Output gaps
  • Economic growth
  • The Great Reset (added mid-January 2022)
  • Supply-side policies
  • Inflation
  • Unemployment
  • Trade
  • Monetary policy
  • Export-led growth
  • September 2018 revision section

The course is pitched at a beginner level and thus is IDEAL for anyone just starting an economics course or simply wants to understand macro-economic policy.
The initial lectures are short – egg-timer size! – and, if you look at other egg-timer courses, you will know that if you have any questions then they will be answered very quickly.

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The first part of the course also features a couple of ‘revision sessions’ just to check you have been following! (These are quite fast!)


The second half of the course consists of case studies based on articles in July 2018. This is to give you the opportunity to check what you know – and then (if you wish) send answers in!

Lecture 45

Attached to this lecture is an ECONOMICS WORKBOOK which if done properly, will take about 20+ hours!

A second workbook has been added with questions about:

  • Exchange rate
  • CPI
  • Brexit
  • Investment
  • Mergers
  • Workforce
  • Spending habits
  • Monetary policy
  • Recession
  • Wages
  • Real GDP
  • Cold war
  • Federal Reserve and interest rates

July 2019: New workbook: 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-changing magic of tidying up


  • Decluttering
  • Marie Kondo
  • Sunk costs
  • Costs of clutter
  • 5S lean manufacturing
  • Lean management
  • Declutter your mail inbox
  • Declutter your home office
  • Wasting time and opportunities
  • Thinking like an economist
  • A rich life with less stuff
  • Minimalism
  • How much is enough
  • The art of letting go
  • Recycling
  • Status quo bias
  • Diminishing returns
  • Decluttering mistakes
  • Minimalism
  • Consumerism
  • Minimalism and economics: the endowment effect


New course: Business/Economics English

Day One: Ask for Help
Day Two: Watch and Listen
Day Three: Write Down Words and Phrases
Day Four: Practice as much as you can (Part 1)
Day Four: Practice as much as you can (Part 2)
Day Five: Make time to study
Day Six: Five Websites
Day Seven: In conclusion

Oxford School of Learning Diploma

About the Diploma


Original preview
About the lecturer
The Aggregate Demand curve
The AD slope
Aggregate Supply
Shifts in Aggregate Supply/Nov. 2017 Budget
Macro-economic Equilibrium
The Multiplier Effect
Spare capacity
Raising output and price level
Increase in price level, not output
Increase in BOTH AD/AS
Increase in AD greater than in AS
Negative output gap
Positive output gap
Export-led growth
Supply-led growth
Supply-side policies
Cost push inflation
A beneficial effect of unemployment
Current Account deficit
Deflationary effect
Supply-side policies revisited
Expansionary Monetary Policy
Deflating the economy
Increase in output, no change in macro-economic equilibrium
Overall revision

Revision & current affairs

Economic growth
Inward investment
Brexit / Negative multiplier / investment
Economic growth / exchange rate
World Cup effect
Economic growth
Economic growth
Trade war
World Cup
Output gaps
Supply-side policies

Section 3: Boris Johnson new Prime Minister: the pledges

The Introduction – pt 1
Introduction – pt 2
Boris’s speech analysed – pt 1
Boris’s speech analysed – pt 2
Income tax
Increasing the starting point for National Insurance
Raising Education Spending
Employing more police officers
Free TV Licences
Stamp Duty
The Fourth Option
Six Free Ports
Full Fibre Broadband
Raising the National Minimum Wage
What’s been inherited?
Divorcing the EU – £39bn?