IB Economics Print and Online Course Book Pack

Book & Toy | October 3, 2015

byIan Dorton, Jocelyn Blink

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Ian Dorton and Jocelyn Blink's trusted approach - this Course Book was developed directly with the IB and most accurately supports the current DP Economics syllabus. Used in hundreds of IB schools worldwide, you can trust it to cement comprehension and fully development the skills central toassessment.

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Ian Dorton and Jocelyn Blink's trusted approach - this Course Book was developed directly with the IB and most accurately supports the current DP Economics syllabus. Used in hundreds of IB schools worldwide, you can trust it to cement comprehension and fully development the skills central toassessment.

Ian Dorton and Jocelyn Blink are well-respected in their field.

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Format:Book & ToyDimensions:432 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0.01 inPublished:October 3, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198368410

ISBN - 13:9780198368410

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Table of Contents

Microeconomics1. The Foundations of economics2. Demand and supply3. Market equilibrium, the price mechanism, and market efficiency4. Elasticities5. Indirect taxes, subsidies and price controls6. Costs, revenues and profits7. Perfect competition8. Monopoly9. Monopolistic competition10. Oligopoly11. Price discrimination12. Market failureMacroeconomics13. The level of overall economic activity14. Aggregate demand15. Aggregate supply16. Macroeconomic equilibrium17. Low unemployment18. A low and stable rate of inflation19. Economic growth20. Equity in the distribution of incomeInternational Economics21. Why do countries trade?22. Free trade and protectionism23. Exchange rates24. Balance of payments25. Economic integration26. Terms of tradeDevelopment Economics27. Economic development28. Measuring development29. Domestic factors and economic development30. International trade and economic development31. Foreign direct investment and economic development32. Aid, debt and economic development33. The balance between markets and intervention34. Assessment advice

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"The Economics Course Book is, to me, is a good book - full of knowledge and illustrations so it will not be boring for the students to read. I recommend purchasing this one." --Dr Teddy Gomes, Deputy Head Teacher, Singapore School Kelapa Gading, Indonesia