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Economics Study Guide: Oxford IB Diploma Programme

Build unrivalled assessment potential

Constantine Ziogas

Suitable for:  IB Diploma Economics students - SL and HL

Price:  £23.00

ISBN: 978-0-19-839001-5
Publication date: 12/07/2012
Paperback: 200 pages
Dimensions: 297x210mm

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Description

Completely updated for the 2011 syllabus at SL and HL and written by an experienced IB Economics teacher, this comprehensive study tool supports top achievement. With full coverage of the new quantitative element at HL and an expanded glossary, past exam questions build confidence and the focused approach distinctly strengthens comprehension.


Features

  • Fully updated, providing concise and comprehensive revision of all topics on the new most recent Economics Diploma Programme
  • Detailed support for constructing, labelling, and interpreting graphs
  • A new section provides extensive coverage of the quantitative material required for Higher Level students
  • The expanded glossary now contains over 470 terms, and defines every term present in the new 2011 syllabus
  • Second language students can confidently engage with the straightforward language and summary tables

This page was last updated on 19 May 2015 at 04:00 GMT

Table of Contents

1: Microeconomics
Competitive markets: demand and supply
Elasticity
Government intervention
Market failures
Theory of the firm and market structure
2: Macroeconomics
Macroeconomic goals
Introducing aggregate demand and aggregate supply
Macroeconomic objectives
Fiscal policy
Money and monetary policy
3: International economics
International trade
Exchange rates
The balance of payments

Economic integration and trade liberalization
Terms of trade
4: Development economics
Economic development
Measuring development
The role of domestic factors in the process of development
The role of international trade
The role of foreign direct investment and the multinational corporation
The roles of foreign aid and multilateral development assistance
The role of foreign debt
The balance between markets and intervention
5: Quantitative issues in HL Paper 3
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
International economics
Glossary

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