Edit mode active
New
Economic trends

Worksheet with integrated advanced text

Economic trends, winter 2023/2024

Growth expected to be below average in 2024, but should pick up in 2025

Overview

In this module, Iconomix provides a brief summary of the SECO publication ‘Konjunkturtendenzen’/‘Tendances conjoncturelles’ (economic trends) and the SECO press release.

  • The advanced text is integrated in the worksheet.
  • Alongside questions testing understanding of the subject matter, there are individual advanced questions that go beyond the advanced text and encourage further thought.
  • The following resources are also available:
    • Slide set with all charts and tables from the SECO publication
    • Dataset (Excel) with facts and figures on the economy
    • The individual components can be combined in different ways depending on the level of the audience.

Worksheet with integrated advanced text

You must be logged in to use the sample answers.

Do you teach economics at upper secondary school level or are you training to be a teacher? Secure your access to exclusive content and additional functions now.

Economic trends, winter 2023/2024

  • Global: lacklustre momentum
  • Switzerland: moderate GDP growth in Q3 2023
  • Forecast: outlook remains subdued
  • Risks: The main risk is a more pronounced economic slowdown abroad.
Download

Sample answers Economic trends, winter 2023/2024

Download

Extras

Economic developments: Charts (slide set)

Download
All graphs and tables from the SECO publication (only available in German)

Economic developments: Time series (Excel)

Download
Published by: BAK Economics AG on behalf of iconomix

Economic forecasts: Background knowledge (slide set)

Set of slides on how economic forecasts are made and used, prepared by Professor Aymo Brunetti, textbook author and professor of economics at the University of Bern. (only available in German)

Additional information

Links

Credits – Economic trends, winter 2023/2024

Concept:
Iconomix

Worksheet with integrated advanced text:
Iconomix, on the basis of the quarterly SECO press release and the SECO publication entitled ‘Konjunkturtendenzen’/‘Tendances conjoncturelles’

Charts (slide set):
Graphs and tables from the quarterly SECO publication entitled ‘Konjunkturtendenzen’/‘Tendances conjoncturelles’

Time series (Excel):
BAK Economics AG on behalf of Iconomix

Set of slides on how economic forecasts are made and used:
Professor Aymo Brunetti, textbook author and professor of economics at the University of Bern

Didactics consultant: Juliette Merath, KV Zurich

Translation & proofreading:
SNB Language Services

Your Feedback

This function is only available to registered users.

Share unit