Tim Riley Publications Pty Ltd publishes Economics textbooks and workbooks for the Year 11 and Year 12 Preliminary and HSC Economics Courses in NSW.
It also publishes two newsletters called Current Economics and Business Studies Review.
There are six issues per year (bi-monthy) for each newsletter which are available through payment of a subscription fee.
The Economic Literacy Centre (ELC) organises and runs professional development conferences for teachers and students of Economics and Business Studies.
New editions of the Year 11 and Year 12 Economics textbooks are published each year with updated statistics, commentary and analysis of trends in the Australian and global economies.
The Economics Workbooks contain multiple choice, short answer and extended response questions accompanied by detailed answers and solutions.
These textbook and workbook series provide a wealth of detailed information, data and analysis for secondary Economics students and teachers in Australia.
The Economic Literacy Centre runs professional development conferences for teachers and students of Economics and Business Studies.
The teachers' conferences are held in March each year for Economics and Business Studies.
The student conferences for Business Studies are held in June and September each year. The student conference for Economics is held in June. Both provide valuable revision before the HSC Examination.
The Current Economics newsletter assists students and teachers in keeping up to date with current trends, issues and government policies in the Australian and global economies. It features articles on key topics in Australian secondary economics courses, written and edited by Tim Riley. Current Economics also includes economic statistics and budget forecasts; analysis of trends in the Australian economy; government policies; and briefs on selected economic issues.
The Business Studies Review newsletter keeps students and teachers informed of how business principles and practices are applied in the changing Australian and global business environments. It features articles written by Luke Reynolds and Tim Riley, on key topics such as Operations, Marketing, Finance and Human Resources. These are relevant to Business Studies and Management courses. The business case study in each issue focuses on a leading Australian or global business with details on their operations, marketing, finance, human resources and CSR activities.