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Essential Economics

A Guide for Business Students

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Red Globe Press

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Paperback - 9780333962978

15 November 2001

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This text is specifically aimed at non-specialist students who have to take a compulsory module in economics as part of their undergraduate foundation year.
Containing numerous illustrations and examples, the book explains in...

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This text is specifically aimed at non-specialist students who have to take a compulsory module in economics as part of their undergraduate foundation year.Containing numerous illustrations and examples, the book explains in plain English all the key economic ideas from the market mechanism to monetary theory and the balance of payments. This will enable the student to rapidly revise the main topic areas in preparation for exam time. Also containing self-test questions at the end of the each chapter with answers provided at the back of the book, this will enable students to assess their understanding during non-contact hours without supervision.

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Concisely tailored to key topic areas covered on st year foundation syllabus
Written in clear and plain English all terminology defined assuming no prior knowledge of economics
Selftest questions at the end of each chapter with answers provided
Links to internet sites particularly useful for project work and coursework assignments

MICROECONOMICS.- An Introduction.- Consumer Theory.- Demand and Supply.- Elasticity.- Production.- Theory of the Firm I.- Theory of the Firm II.- Theory of the Firm III.- MACROECONOMICS.- The Circular Flow of Income.- Aggregate Demand I.- Aggregate Demand II.- Money and Banking.- Unemployment.- Inflation.- International Trade.- Answers to Questions.
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KEN FERGUSON has wide experience in teaching economics, business studies and finance in higher education, further education and schools. Most recently he taught non-specialist first year undergraduates at Roehampton Institute in London.

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KEN FERGUSON has wide experience in teaching economics, business studies and finance in higher education, further education and schools. Most recently he taught non-specialist first year undergraduates at Roehampton Institute in London.

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