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  • Economics Today Volume 18 (2010 - 2011)

Economics Today Volume 18 (2010 - 2011)

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  • Product Reference: Economics Today Magazine Volume 18

Starts September 2010


Ideal for all AS and A2 Economics Students


Exciting Format...New Features...Same Excellent Value


Not only a great magazine but now with online and interactive resources exclusively for subscribers

  • Special online features including Powerpoint presentations, interactive quizzes, weblinks from articles and help from top examiners.
  • AS and A2 articles now timed to coincide with the teaching year.
  • Articles flagged to show which Board and Unit they are relevant to.
  • 9 Chief/Principal Examiners will give crucial help on exam questions and techniques. Also, Economics Today is edited by a former Chief Examiner.
  • "Taking it Further" - a Chief Examiner will provide a short extension to each main article to challenge and equip students who wish to go a little deeper.
  • Easily understood and relevant articles written by teachers and examiners, which is why we have subscribers in 40 countries.
  • A BIG 52 full-colour pages in each issue including 4 FREE supplements covering: The UK Economy; The International Economy; Data Guide; and Exam and Revision Guide.
  • Economics Today has received widespread acclaim - from the people who matter.

ET Quotes

Main Articles
Each issue will contain four major articles which will be posed in the form of questions. Future articles will include:

  • What causes recessions and recoveries?
  • How contestable is the market for holidays and leisure travel?
  • What economic effect does migration have on the UK economy?
  • Should the government have planned for a third runway at Heathrow airport?
  • How can supply side policies be used to achieve economic growth?
  • Should the provision of renewable energy be left to market forces?
  • What problems does a budget deficit cause for government financing
  • How effective has UK monetary policy been?
  • To what extent has the labour market in the UK become more flexible?

Regular Features

Taking it Furthertaking it further

In this feature Chief Examiner Robert Nutter will provide a short
extension to each main article to challenge and equip students who wish to go a little bit deeper.

 

Making Sense of Economic DataMaking Sense Of Economic Data

Andrew Reeve, Head of Sixth Form at The Grange School, Northwich will investigate: The UK car industry crisis; The service sector; Corporate profits; and, Public sector
employment..

 

View from the CityView from the City

City Economists will present their own view of the Economy. Our authors include Neil MacKinnon, Global Macro Strategist, VTB Capital; Dr George Buckley, Chief UK Economist, Deutsche Bank and Graeme Leach, Chief Economist at the Institute of Directors.

 

Multiple Choice Question & AnswerMultiple Choice Q&A

In this feature, Chief Examiner Robert Nutter of Watford Girls Grammar School will be setting and answering six multiple choice questions, three for AS and three for A2.

 

Pricing 

In this new feature, Peter Cramp of Nottingham High School will Pricinglook at: Pricing in supermarkets - Price discrimination?; Predatory pricing - and, Pricing of utilities.

 

 

Data Question & Answer

Chief/Principal Examiners Quintin Brewer and Tony Emery willData Q&A
look at typical data questions and give a suggested answer.

 

 

 

 

 

Back to Basics

This section takes important economic concepts and explainsBack to Basics
and illustrates them in an easy to understand way. Principal Examiner, Rachel Cole, will provide insights into: Mergers and demerges; Why don't textbooks agree on how to draw the AS curve; A beginners guide to game theory; and, How important is evaluation in Economics.

 

 

Current Topics in Economics

Stephen Romer looks at some of the most important current Current Topics in Economicsissues including: The World Cup in South Africa:; What can economists learn?; Can China continue to grow at 10% per annum?; The economist of Dubai: What factors explain the boom and bust cycle??and, The economics of crime:
Does crime pay?

 

 

 

 

4 FREE Supplements
We are giving away 4 free supplements with each issue of the magazine that you get a big 52 page magazine each time.

The supplements are:

  • The UK Economy Today: An up-to-date analysis of the UK Economy.
  • Data Guide: Looking at the different sources of data, its presentation and the pitfalls of interpreting data.
  • The International Economy: Putting the UK's position in an international perspective.
  • Exam and Revision Guide: Giving an examiner's insight into exam preparation and the skills and techniques involved in answering economics questions.

Free Revision Book - Buy 1 get 1 Free

Our Economics Revision Books have sold in their tens of thousands! Now each individualRevision Guids subscriber has the chance to buy either ‘Revision Guide to AS Level Economics’ or ‘Revision Guide to A2 Level Economics’ for £7.95 (plus p&p) and choose one of our new ‘Key Definitions for Economics A Level Revision’ books for OCR, Edexcel or AQA completely free. A book token is included with the September issue.

 

 

Frequency

Economics Today is published four times during the academic year in September, November, January and March.

Pricing

Individuals and institutions are invited to subscribe at a price of only £20.95 per annum. Once a subscription has been taken out, further subscriptions for individual students will cost only £10.95 as part of a bulk mailing to the same address. A free copy will be sent for every 20 copies ordered. These price reductions can only be made offline so please call, fax or email our sales team to receive a quote.

Starts September 2010


Ideal for all AS and A2 Economics Students


Exciting Format...New Features...Same Excellent Value


Not only a great magazine but now with online and interactive resources exclusively for subscribers

  • Special online features including Powerpoint presentations, interactive quizzes, weblinks from articles and help from top examiners.
  • AS and A2 articles now timed to coincide with the teaching year.
  • Articles flagged to show which Board and Unit they are relevant to.
  • 9 Chief/Principal Examiners will give crucial help on exam questions and techniques. Also, Economics Today is edited by a former Chief Examiner.
  • "Taking it Further" - a Chief Examiner will provide a short extension to each main article to challenge and equip students who wish to go a little deeper.
  • Easily understood and relevant articles written by teachers and examiners, which is why we have subscribers in 40 countries.
  • A BIG 52 full-colour pages in each issue including 4 FREE supplements covering: The UK Economy; The International Economy; Data Guide; and Exam and Revision Guide.
  • Economics Today has received widespread acclaim - from the people who matter.

ET Quotes

Main Articles
Each issue will contain four major articles which will be posed in the form of questions. Future articles will include:

  • What causes recessions and recoveries?
  • How contestable is the market for holidays and leisure travel?
  • What economic effect does migration have on the UK economy?
  • Should the government have planned for a third runway at Heathrow airport?
  • How can supply side policies be used to achieve economic growth?
  • Should the provision of renewable energy be left to market forces?
  • What problems does a budget deficit cause for government financing
  • How effective has UK monetary policy been?
  • To what extent has the labour market in the UK become more flexible?

Regular Features

Taking it Furthertaking it further

In this feature Chief Examiner Robert Nutter will provide a short
extension to each main article to challenge and equip students who wish to go a little bit deeper.

 

Making Sense of Economic DataMaking Sense Of Economic Data

Andrew Reeve, Head of Sixth Form at The Grange School, Northwich will investigate: The UK car industry crisis; The service sector; Corporate profits; and, Public sector
employment..

 

View from the CityView from the City

City Economists will present their own view of the Economy. Our authors include Neil MacKinnon, Global Macro Strategist, VTB Capital; Dr George Buckley, Chief UK Economist, Deutsche Bank and Graeme Leach, Chief Economist at the Institute of Directors.

 

Multiple Choice Question & AnswerMultiple Choice Q&A

In this feature, Chief Examiner Robert Nutter of Watford Girls Grammar School will be setting and answering six multiple choice questions, three for AS and three for A2.

 

Pricing 

In this new feature, Peter Cramp of Nottingham High School will Pricinglook at: Pricing in supermarkets - Price discrimination?; Predatory pricing - and, Pricing of utilities.

 

 

Data Question & Answer

Chief/Principal Examiners Quintin Brewer and Tony Emery willData Q&A
look at typical data questions and give a suggested answer.

 

 

 

 

 

Back to Basics

This section takes important economic concepts and explainsBack to Basics
and illustrates them in an easy to understand way. Principal Examiner, Rachel Cole, will provide insights into: Mergers and demerges; Why don't textbooks agree on how to draw the AS curve; A beginners guide to game theory; and, How important is evaluation in Economics.

 

 

Current Topics in Economics

Stephen Romer looks at some of the most important current Current Topics in Economicsissues including: The World Cup in South Africa:; What can economists learn?; Can China continue to grow at 10% per annum?; The economist of Dubai: What factors explain the boom and bust cycle??and, The economics of crime:
Does crime pay?

 

 

 

 

4 FREE Supplements
We are giving away 4 free supplements with each issue of the magazine that you get a big 52 page magazine each time.

The supplements are:

  • The UK Economy Today: An up-to-date analysis of the UK Economy.
  • Data Guide: Looking at the different sources of data, its presentation and the pitfalls of interpreting data.
  • The International Economy: Putting the UK's position in an international perspective.
  • Exam and Revision Guide: Giving an examiner's insight into exam preparation and the skills and techniques involved in answering economics questions.

Free Revision Book - Buy 1 get 1 Free

Our Economics Revision Books have sold in their tens of thousands! Now each individualRevision Guids subscriber has the chance to buy either ‘Revision Guide to AS Level Economics’ or ‘Revision Guide to A2 Level Economics’ for £7.95 (plus p&p) and choose one of our new ‘Key Definitions for Economics A Level Revision’ books for OCR, Edexcel or AQA completely free. A book token is included with the September issue.

 

 

Frequency

Economics Today is published four times during the academic year in September, November, January and March.

Pricing

Individuals and institutions are invited to subscribe at a price of only £20.95 per annum. Once a subscription has been taken out, further subscriptions for individual students will cost only £10.95 as part of a bulk mailing to the same address. A free copy will be sent for every 20 copies ordered. These price reductions can only be made offline so please call, fax or email our sales team to receive a quote.

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