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  • Product Reference: 978-1-905504-69-5

Publication Date: August 2012

Principal Examiner, Charles Smith, has produced an excellent new book which covers all the important areas which are examined at AS and A2 by each of the Boards and for IB.

The 96 page book consists of 18 chapters which all seek to answer a particular question.

  • What is international trade?
  • Why does trade take place?
  • What is happening to the UK balance of payments?
  • How is trade affected by demand-side policy?
  • How is trade affected by supply-side policy?
  • Why are exchange rates important?
  • Should Britain join the ‘euro’?
  • Globalisation: what is it?
  • Globalisation: who needs it?
  • What are the choices in trade policy?
  • Free trade ‘good’, protection ‘bad’?
  • Globalisation and inward investment: false friends?
  • Why are some countries in debt?
  • Why is trade better than aid?
  • Industry and environment: market forces or government action?
  • Why is everyone talking about China?
  • The credit crunch and world recession: what happened?
  • Where are we going?
  • Recommended further reading
  • Index

Dr. Charles Smith is a Senior Lecturer in Economics and Education at Swansea Metropolitan, University of Wales Trinity St David. He is an experienced teacher, author and examiner.

 

Publication Date: August 2012

Principal Examiner, Charles Smith, has produced an excellent new book which covers all the important areas which are examined at AS and A2 by each of the Boards and for IB.

The 96 page book consists of 18 chapters which all seek to answer a particular question.

  • What is international trade?
  • Why does trade take place?
  • What is happening to the UK balance of payments?
  • How is trade affected by demand-side policy?
  • How is trade affected by supply-side policy?
  • Why are exchange rates important?
  • Should Britain join the ‘euro’?
  • Globalisation: what is it?
  • Globalisation: who needs it?
  • What are the choices in trade policy?
  • Free trade ‘good’, protection ‘bad’?
  • Globalisation and inward investment: false friends?
  • Why are some countries in debt?
  • Why is trade better than aid?
  • Industry and environment: market forces or government action?
  • Why is everyone talking about China?
  • The credit crunch and world recession: what happened?
  • Where are we going?
  • Recommended further reading
  • Index

Dr. Charles Smith is a Senior Lecturer in Economics and Education at Swansea Metropolitan, University of Wales Trinity St David. He is an experienced teacher, author and examiner.

 

ISBN: 978-1-905504-69-5

Publication Date: August 2012

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