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Anforme Current Topics in Economics: The Cutting Edge

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Product Reference: 978-1-905504-51-0 / 978-1-905504-14-5 / 978-1-905504-88-6

Photocopiable option includes hardcopy, CD and site licence.

Digital download option includes site licence (To be sent after completion of order).

Publication Date: September 2007

This is the first photocopiable book in a new series. Not only will you receive the black and white hard copy for photocopying but you will also receive a CD of the book in colour plus a site licence to allow you to put it on the school intranet.

This book, by Stephen Romer, brings you 10 topical issues which look at economic principles from areas of everyday interest in Stephen’s quirky and engaging style. The areas covered are:

  • Should Premiership football introduce a maximum wage?
  • The economics of Hollywood: What factors drive competition in the film industry?
  • Can the London Olympic Games of 2012 leave a legacy of any real value?
  • The economics of cricket: Can cricket capitalise on the popularity of the recent Ashes test match series?
  • What are the trends in the stock market today?
  • The low cost airline sector: Can it survive?
  • There’s no business like show business: Why is there a boom in the West End theatre in 2007?
  • The economics of book publishing: What makes a best seller?
  • Do current developments in the newspaper market mean that all newspapers will eventually be given away free?
  • What is the economic case for the continuation of the BBC licence fee in the era of multichannel television?

Each chapter includes a summary of key points and questions for discussion.

Product Reference: 978-1-905504-51-0 / 978-1-905504-14-5 / 978-1-905504-88-6

Photocopiable option includes hardcopy, CD and site licence.

Digital download option includes site licence (To be sent after completion of order).

Publication Date: September 2007

This is the first photocopiable book in a new series. Not only will you receive the black and white hard copy for photocopying but you will also receive a CD of the book in colour plus a site licence to allow you to put it on the school intranet.

This book, by Stephen Romer, brings you 10 topical issues which look at economic principles from areas of everyday interest in Stephen’s quirky and engaging style. The areas covered are:

  • Should Premiership football introduce a maximum wage?
  • The economics of Hollywood: What factors drive competition in the film industry?
  • Can the London Olympic Games of 2012 leave a legacy of any real value?
  • The economics of cricket: Can cricket capitalise on the popularity of the recent Ashes test match series?
  • What are the trends in the stock market today?
  • The low cost airline sector: Can it survive?
  • There’s no business like show business: Why is there a boom in the West End theatre in 2007?
  • The economics of book publishing: What makes a best seller?
  • Do current developments in the newspaper market mean that all newspapers will eventually be given away free?
  • What is the economic case for the continuation of the BBC licence fee in the era of multichannel television?

Each chapter includes a summary of key points and questions for discussion.

Publication Date: September 2007

ISBN: 978-1-905504-51-0 / 978-1-905504-14-5 / 978-1-905504-88-6

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