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Senior Economics: Ncea Level 3

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  • Author:
    EVANS Geoff
  • ISBN:
    9780582548077
  • Publication Date:
    September 2008
  • Edition:
    2
  • Pages:
    412
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Pearson Education
  • Country of Publication:
    New Zealand
Senior Economics: Ncea Level 3
Senior Economics: Ncea Level 3

Senior Economics: Ncea Level 3

Regular price $70.99
Unit price
per
  • Author:
    EVANS Geoff
  • ISBN:
    9780582548077
  • Publication Date:
    September 2008
  • Edition:
    2
  • Pages:
    412
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Pearson Education
  • Country of Publication:
    New Zealand
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  • Product description

    Many of the headlines we see every day are about Economics. They concern the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services in a world that has never had enough resources to meet all the needs and wants of human beings. This is what Economists study: how the particular mix of goods and services that we do get is produced and distributed. They also study the national policies and rules we develop to make our systems of production and distribution work better (we hope).

    Economics was the first social science, using the techniques of science to describe and explain how these aspects of society work. As with climate science, which also finds it difficult to carry out real-life experiments, mathematical models are used to help understand complicated reality, explain the past and predict the future: what happens if I change this variable?

    Senior Economics has been revised to make the language and ideas of Economics more accessible than ever, while retaining the intellectual rigour of the subject that is rewarding in its own right. Throughout the text, up-to-date examples and case studies are used to enhance students understanding, which is tested at frequent intervals by carefully written activities and exercises. Flowcharts, photographs, lists, learning objectives, graphs and tables, all in full colour, have been provided throughout for todays visually sophisticated learners.

Product description

Many of the headlines we see every day are about Economics. They concern the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services in a world that has never had enough resources to meet all the needs and wants of human beings. This is what Economists study: how the particular mix of goods and services that we do get is produced and distributed. They also study the national policies and rules we develop to make our systems of production and distribution work better (we hope).

Economics was the first social science, using the techniques of science to describe and explain how these aspects of society work. As with climate science, which also finds it difficult to carry out real-life experiments, mathematical models are used to help understand complicated reality, explain the past and predict the future: what happens if I change this variable?

Senior Economics has been revised to make the language and ideas of Economics more accessible than ever, while retaining the intellectual rigour of the subject that is rewarding in its own right. Throughout the text, up-to-date examples and case studies are used to enhance students understanding, which is tested at frequent intervals by carefully written activities and exercises. Flowcharts, photographs, lists, learning objectives, graphs and tables, all in full colour, have been provided throughout for todays visually sophisticated learners.