Author(s): Dan Moynihan, Brian Titley
This bestselling title, fully updated to match the latest Cambridge IGCSE and O Level syllabuses. Used and loved by teachers and students around the world, engage students with full colour pages, the latest statistics and examples and case studies from across the globe. Packed full of engagingactivities and revision questions, the book is now supported with online access to interactive multiple-choice questions, a full glossary of terms, revision questions and extra practice papers, as well as answers to all the questions in the book.The accompanying Complete Economics for Cambridge IGCSE and O level Teacher Resource Kit provides teaching support that is easily customisable in print and digital format.
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1. The basic economic problem: choice and the allocation of resources ; 2. The allocation of resources: how markets work; market failure ; Economic systems ; How markets work ; Social costs and benefits ; 3. The individual as producer, consumer and borrower ; Money and finance ; Occupations and earnings ; The role of trade unions ; Spending, saving and borrowing ; 4. The private firm as producer and employer ; Types of business organization ; Organizing production ; The growth of firms ; Competition ; 5. Role of government in an economy ; Government economic policy ; Taxation ; 6. Economic indicators ; Price inflation ; Employment and unemployment ; Output and growth ; 7. Developed and developing economies: trends in production, population and living standards ; Developed and less-developed economies ; Population ; 8. International aspects ; International specialization and trade ; Balancing international payments