Labor, Micro, Public Kahoots

High and Low Pay in Labor Markets

This quiz looks at some of the data on the scale and depth of inequalities of income and wealth in the UK and across a range of countries.

This Kahoot! is publicly available thanks to Geoff Riley.

Course Used: Microeconomics or Labor Economics (UK based)
Quiz Nature: Content Preview
Question Length: 20
Estimated Time to Play: 20-25 minutes with explanation.

Micro, Public Kahoots

Principles of Micro Course Review

This Kahoot covers the main topics traditionally seen in a principles of microeconomics course. There is an extensive coverage of topics ranging from supply and demand analysis to cost curves. Users should review the topics before playing to Kahoot to ensure that all of the material is applicable to your particular course.

This Kahoot! is publicly available thanks to Mr. Pledge.

Course Used: Principles of Micro
Quiz Nature: Concept Review
Question Length: 50
Estimated Time to Play: 1 hour with explanation.



Cost, Competitive Markets, Price Controls and Taxation

This Kahoot was used as a review for ECON 1 at the University of California at San Diego. The review covers costs, competition, taxes, and the minimum wage.

This is a public Kahoot!

Course Used: Principles of Micro
Quiz Nature: Exam Review
Question Length: 10 Questions
Estimated Time to Play: 15-20 minutes

Labor, Micro

Living on Minimum Wage

A lot of the social push for higher minimum wages focuses on the need to provide a living wage or to lift workers out of poverty. This Kahoot quiz covered a variety of looks at how the minimum wage impacts different segments of the economy and whether its a solid enough tool to address poverty concerns. Before the quiz, students are asked two watch two YouTube videos from We The Economy on inequality:

While these two focus on the debate portion of minimum wage legislations, students are asked to review a 1987 New York Times opinion piece that pushes for the abolishment of a minimum wage. Most students tend to think the status quo is the only option beyond an increase, but there is a segment of the population that argues for the abolishment. Finally, students look at a recent attempt by California to boost their entire state’s minimum wage to $15 per hour. This article by FiveThirtyEight argues that a lift in the minimum wage only really impacts different portions of the state and leads students to the idea that different regions may be better off determining their own minimum wage.

Course Used: Labor Economics
Quiz Nature: Video and Reading Quiz
Question Length: 7 Questions
Estimated Time to Play: 10 minutes

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