How do you distinguish between value creation and value allocation? What data do you select to frame simple assumptions that make a complex problem manageable? An A level in Economics will help you start understanding the contribution economics makes to the wider social environment.
Unit 1 - Introduction to economics
Unit 2 - Supply and price
Unit 3 - Market failure and government intervention
Unit 4 - The UK economy: Performance measures
Unit 5 - The UK economy: Income, growth and policies
Unit 6 - Business behaviour
Unit 7 - Markets
Unit 8 - Government intervention in markets
Unit 9 - International economics
Unit 10 - Macroeconomic strategies and policies
Suitability - Who should attend?
A GCSE or equivalent qualification in economics or maths is strongly recommended for this course.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
GCE A Level or equivalent
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