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Introductory Economics Course Companion

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Red Globe Press

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Paperback - 9780333579138

18 June 1993

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Ebook - 9781349130047

11 November 1993

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This book has been written to meet the needs of the A-level economics candidate. Although free standing, it will be particularly useful when used as a supplement to the text Introductory Economics. It provides a brief but...

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This book has been written to meet the needs of the A-level economics candidate. Although free standing, it will be particularly useful when used as a supplement to the text Introductory Economics. It provides a brief but thorough coverage of the A-level syllabus and highlights the most common mistakes made by A-level candidates. Almost every chapter includes full and comprehensive answers to recent examination questions. It will be an essential guide to all students of economics A-level.

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An Introduction to Study Skills What is Economics?
The Tools of Economic Analysis Demand, Supply and Market Price
The Price Mechanism and Market Failure
Some Applications of Price Theory
The Basis of Demand
The Laws of Returns Costs and Revenue
The Finance of Industry Perfect Competition
Monopoly
Price Discrimination
Imperfect Competition
Labour Enterprise Land and Capital
The Distribution of Factor Incomes
National Income and its Measurement
The Determination of National Income
National Income Determination: The Four-Sector Economy
Investment Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Money and Creation of Bank Deposits
The Monetary Sector
Monetary Control
Interest Rates Measuring Changes in the Value of Money
Inflation
Rational Expectations in Economics
International Trade
Free Trade and Protection
The Balance of Payments
Exchange Rate Systems
Europe's Economic Community
Public Finance and Taxation Stabilisation
Policy Supply-side Policies in the UK Developments and the Problems of the Less Developed Countries.

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