Balance of payments

IB Economics: Balance of payments

This lesson looks at balance of payments, which some IB students confuse with the current account. When teaching this lesson I ask my classes to think of a country as their own household income with funds coming in and then going out. If a household spends more than it receives in income then this will reduce the size of an individuals savings or assets. Similarly when a household spends less than the income it receives...


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