Availability: In stock
- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Colin Bamford, Susan Grant
- Available from: February 2018
This Third edition for Cambridge International AS and A Level Economics syllabus (9708) is thoroughly updated for first examination from 2016.
Availability: In stock
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- AS Level: 1. Basic economic ideas and resource allocation
- 2. The price system and the micro economy
- 3. Government micro intervention
- 4. The macro economy
- 5. Government macro intervention
- A Level: 6. Basic economic ideas and resource allocation
- 7. The price system and the micro economy
- 8. Government microeconomic intervention
- 9. The macro economy
- 10. Government macro intervention
- 11. Preparing for examinations.
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