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Table of Contents
1: Foundations of Economics
2: Microeconomics: competitive markets
Microeconomics: government intervention
Microeconomics: market failure
Microeconomics: theory of firm and market structures
3: Macroeconomics: the level of overall macroeconomic activity
Macroeconomics: aggregate demand and aggregate supply
Macroeconomics: macroeconomic objectives
Macroeconomics: fiscal policy
Macroeconomics: monetary policy
Macroeconomics: supply side policies
3: International economics: international trade
International economics: exchange rates
International economics: balance of payments
International economics: economic integration
International economics: terms of trade
4: Development economics: economic development
Development economics: measuring development
Development economics: the role of domestic factors
Development economics: the role of international trade
Development economics: the role of foreign direct investment
Development economics: the roles of foreign aid and multilateral development assistance
Development economics: the role of international debt
Development economics: the balance between markets and intervention
5: How to write an extended essay in Economics
6: Advice on the Economics internal assessment exercise
7: Command terms and their use in the Economics syllabus