The 51 Key Economics Concepts

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Introduction

The Council for Economic Education (CfEE) has compiled a list of the 51 key economics concepts common to all U.S. State requirements for high school classes in economics.

Each key concept listed below links to free resources described at High School Economics Topics.

The concepts do not have to be pursued in order. If you are seeking an order for classroom use or self-study, we suggest the table at National Economics Standards, showing how each of the 51 Key Concepts fits into the National Standards.

The 51 Key Concepts

Fundamental Economics | Macroeconomics | Microeconomics | International Economics | Personal Finance Economics

Fundamental Economics

Macroeconomics

Microeconomics

International Economics

Personal Finance Economics

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