This student book provides full coverage of economic theory for all AS and A level Economics syllabuses. It is in line with the AS/A level specifications starting September 2000. Students should like the easy-to-follow text, written in an accessible style, with plenty of diagrams to illustrate theory. The chapters are structured in the same way throughout to enable students to become quickly familiar with the approach. The first half of the book covers AS level Economics, whilst the second half prepares students for their A level examination. Each chapter is split into small units which follow the same pattern, containing: a list of what is covered in the unit; a glossary of key terms used; the economic theory; and activities at the end to reinforce learning. Theory and skills are developed progressively throughout the book to motivate and encourage students. There are plenty of topical case studies and exam practice activities to help students get the best possible grade.He said that 648 000 jobs had been created since Labour came into power in 1997 and that Labour would get rid of ... job will come along or because the money they are receiving on unemployment benefit (job seekersa#39; allowance) is greateranbsp;...
|Title||:||Economics in Context|
|Author||:||Susan Grant, Chris Vidler|
|Publisher||:||Heinemann - 2000|