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  • Anforme Revision Guide to A2 Level Economics and Business
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Anforme Revision Guide to A2 Level Economics and Business

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Publication Date: March 2012

 

This book covers Units 3 and 4b of Edexcel’s A2 Level Economics and Business Course. The author, Alan Hewison, is an experienced senior examiner for a major board. Nancy Wall is reviews editor of “Teaching Business and Economics”.

The book is in full colour and runs to 122 pages, including a Glossary of Key Terms for both Units and a full index. Key words and phrases are defined in boxes within the text.

The contents are:

Unit 3: International Business

  • Why does a business seek international markets?
  • Key players in the world economy
  • How does a company decide which countries to target?
  • Practical aspects of international trade
  • Globalisation and global industries
  • Global marketing
  • Are multinationals a force for good or should they be controlled?
  • Glossary of key terms in Unit 3


Unit 4b:: The wider economic environment and business

  • Do markets always work?
  • To what extent are externalities acceptable?
  • What the government can do about externalities
  • Why regulation is needed
  • What the government does: competition policy
  • Can governments control the economy?
  • Is government action effective?
  • Why does the government redistribute wealth?
  • Government intervention
  • Case studies
  • Glossary of key terms in Unit 4b

Index

Publication Date: March 2012

 

This book covers Units 3 and 4b of Edexcel’s A2 Level Economics and Business Course. The author, Alan Hewison, is an experienced senior examiner for a major board. Nancy Wall is reviews editor of “Teaching Business and Economics”.

The book is in full colour and runs to 122 pages, including a Glossary of Key Terms for both Units and a full index. Key words and phrases are defined in boxes within the text.

The contents are:

Unit 3: International Business

  • Why does a business seek international markets?
  • Key players in the world economy
  • How does a company decide which countries to target?
  • Practical aspects of international trade
  • Globalisation and global industries
  • Global marketing
  • Are multinationals a force for good or should they be controlled?
  • Glossary of key terms in Unit 3


Unit 4b:: The wider economic environment and business

  • Do markets always work?
  • To what extent are externalities acceptable?
  • What the government can do about externalities
  • Why regulation is needed
  • What the government does: competition policy
  • Can governments control the economy?
  • Is government action effective?
  • Why does the government redistribute wealth?
  • Government intervention
  • Case studies
  • Glossary of key terms in Unit 4b

Index

Publication Date: March 2012

 

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