Economics Online High School
Presenting timely and engaging content, Economics provides students with an understanding of the principles of economics. As they become familiar with how markets work, students interact with lessons to apply the key microeconomic concepts of supply and demand as well as the role of prices. This course encourages students to apply the economic way of thinking to a variety of situations relevant to their everyday lives.
Textbook: Economics (Boundless CC BY-SA 4.0)
- Compare and contrast economic systems, and describe how government, the factors of production, and the principles of private ownership of property influence these systems.
- Understand how basic economic principles, including opportunity cost, specialization, and comparative advantage, affect markets and the production of goods and services.
- Analyze the relationship between supply and demand and the roles of consumers and producers in influencing markets and trends.
|Semester A||Semester B|
|1: Principles of Economics||20: Economic Growth|
|2: The Market System||21: Inflation|
|3: Introducing Supply and Demand||22: Unemployment|
|4: Economic Surplus||23: Inflation and Unemployment|
|5: Consumer Choice and Utility||24: Aggregate Demand and Supply|
|6: Elasticity and its Implications||25: Major Macroeconomic Theories|
|7: Market Failure: Externalities||26: Fiscal Policy|
|8: Market Failure: Goods & Resources||27: The Monetary System|
|9: Production||28: Monetary Policy|
|10: Competitive Markets||29: The Financial System|
|11: Monopoly||30: Current Topics in Macroeconomics|
|12: Monopolistic Competition||31: International Trade|
|13: Oligopoly||32: Open Economy Macroeconomics|
|14: Inputs to Production||33: Economic Crises|
|15: Challenges to Efficient Outcomes||34: Interest and Profit|
|16: Taxes and Public Finance||35: Health Care Economics|
|17: Income Inequality and Poverty||36: Natural Resource Economics|
|18: Intro to Macroeconomics||37: Agriculture Economics|
|19: Measuring Output and Income||38: Immigration Economics|
A = 90-100%
B = 80-89%
C = 70-79%
D = 60-69%
F = under 59%
Final Exam ………………. 30%
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