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Anforme Revision Guide to Economics for A Level Year 2

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  • Product Reference: 978-1-78014-041-4

Publication Date: February 2017

 

This Revision Guide covers the material which students will study in Year 2 of their Economics A Level course, based on the courses offered by AQA, OCR and Edexcel Economics A. The author, Peter Cramp, is Head of Economics and Politics at Nottingham High School and is an experienced author and examiner.

This book is in full colour and runs to 120 pages. The contents are as follows:

Microeconomics

  • Costs and revenues
  • Efficiency and equity
  • Profit and the objective of firms
  • Competitive markets
  • Monopoly and monopsony
  • Monopolistic competition
  • Oligopoly
  • Contestable markets
  • Privatisation and deregulation
  • Competition policy
  • Market failure and government intervention
  • Individual decision making and behavioral economics
  • Wage determination
  • Trade unions and monopsony employers
  • Income, wealth and poverty
  • Appendix 1: Theory of the firm summary

Macroeconomics

  • Living standards, development and sustainability
  • Economic growth and the business cycle
  • Unemployment, inflation and deflation
  • Schools of economic thought
  • Fiscal policy
  • Financial markets and the role of banks
  • Central banks and the conduct of monetary policy
  • Supply-side policy
  • Trade, comparative advantage and protectionism
  • Globalisation and competitiveness
  • The EU and trading blocs
  • Exchange rates
  • The balance of payments
  • Limits to growth and development
  • Promoting growth and development
  • Appendix 2: Key Macroeconomic diagrams summary

Publication Date: February 2017

 

This Revision Guide covers the material which students will study in Year 2 of their Economics A Level course, based on the courses offered by AQA, OCR and Edexcel Economics A. The author, Peter Cramp, is Head of Economics and Politics at Nottingham High School and is an experienced author and examiner.

This book is in full colour and runs to 120 pages. The contents are as follows:

Microeconomics

  • Costs and revenues
  • Efficiency and equity
  • Profit and the objective of firms
  • Competitive markets
  • Monopoly and monopsony
  • Monopolistic competition
  • Oligopoly
  • Contestable markets
  • Privatisation and deregulation
  • Competition policy
  • Market failure and government intervention
  • Individual decision making and behavioral economics
  • Wage determination
  • Trade unions and monopsony employers
  • Income, wealth and poverty
  • Appendix 1: Theory of the firm summary

Macroeconomics

  • Living standards, development and sustainability
  • Economic growth and the business cycle
  • Unemployment, inflation and deflation
  • Schools of economic thought
  • Fiscal policy
  • Financial markets and the role of banks
  • Central banks and the conduct of monetary policy
  • Supply-side policy
  • Trade, comparative advantage and protectionism
  • Globalisation and competitiveness
  • The EU and trading blocs
  • Exchange rates
  • The balance of payments
  • Limits to growth and development
  • Promoting growth and development
  • Appendix 2: Key Macroeconomic diagrams summary

Publication Date: February 2017

ISBN:  978-1-78014-041-4

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