Dave Ramsingh
Business & Money
Collins®: Economics for Cape
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Economics for CAPE is a comprehensive text for students studying for the Caribbean Examinations Council’s Advanced Proficiency Examination in Economics. It covers all aspect of the current syllabus in Economics and features examples and contexts with specific relevance to the Caribbean.

This book has been carefully written, with an easy and accessible style, to make difficult Economics concepts accessible to all students. Based on the author’s awareness - from extensive teaching experience - of where students struggle and how to help them.

• Easy, accessible style reflects the author’s awareness from long teaching experience of what can make some concepts in Economics difficult for students

• Clear concise text describing key economic concepts in straightforward English • Diagrams, bulleted lists and tables to summarize information

• Examples of common student errors and misconceptions

• Helpful hints and step by step guidelines wherever possible

• Section summaries and End of Unit summaries to aid revision

• Practice questions at the end of each Unit, to enable students to assess their progress

Title Page
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Chapter 1 The economic problem
Chapter 2 Economic systems
Chapter 3 Tools of economic analysis
Chapter 4 Theory of demand
Chapter 5 Elasticity of demand
Chapter 6 How to produce: theory of supply I
Chapter 7 How to produce: theory of supply II
Chapter 8 Market equilibrium
Chapter 9 The cost of production
Chapter 10 Market structures
Chapter 11 Price, revenue and profi t concepts
Chapter 12 Monopoly and monopolistic competition
Chapter 13 Oligopoly and contestable markets
Chapter 14 Market failure
Chapter 15 Role of government and market failures
Chapter 16 Theory of income distribution
Chapter 17 The interaction of labour markets and unions
Chapter 18 Interest, profi t and rent
Chapter 19 The distribution of income
Chapter 20 Macroeconomics
Chapter 21 National income: the circular fl ow of income
Chapter 22 National income: determination
Chapter 23 Consumption and savings
Chapter 24 Investment
Chapter 25 National income equilibrium: Keynesian cross model
Chapter 26 Fiscal policy
Chapter 27 Money and banking
Chapter 28 Monetary policy
Chapter 29 Infl ation
Chapter 30 Unemployment
Chapter 31 The main classical and Keynesian economic ideas
Chapter 32 International trade
Chapter 33 Exchange rates
Chapter 34 Balance of payments
Chapter 35 Foreign direct investment
Chapter 36 Economic growth
Chapter 37 Economic development
Chapter 38 Globalisation
Chapter 39 International fi nancial institutions
Chapter 40 Guidelines for internal assessment project
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