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Economics Revision Guide

  • Authors
  • Jack Harvey
Textbook

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Introduction

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      Pages 5-7
  3. What to Produce

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      Pages 16-20
  4. How to Produce — the Theory of Production

  5. The Government and the Allocation of Resources

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  6. Rewards to the Different Factors of Production

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  7. Money and Financial Institutions

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  8. The Government and Stabilisation Policy

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  9. International Trade

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  10. Looking Into the Future

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About this book

Introduction

Economics Revision Guide summarises the essential elements of economics theory in a pocket sized book. Written with the needs of students in mind, it indicates relationships between areas of study and presents the important points with a visual impact, making them easier to remember. Clear and very concise, it is an indispensable aide to pre-examination revision to all students taking courses in introductory economics. It can be used along side any introductory text book including Jack Harvey's Modern Economics 6th edition.

Keywords

economics employment equilibrium exchange rates international trade John Maynard Keynes methods organization production productivity unemployment

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