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    Discuss the benefits of economic growth

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    How successful has the WTO been in achieving it’s objectives?

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    To what extent is economic growth desirable

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    What is an international bank? How do international banks compete?

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    Essay: Discuss whether the Basic Economic Problem will ever be solved

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    What are some of the problems of WTO mechanisms will pose for national governments?

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Economics is the study of how decisions and events affect the economy of the world and thus the relative prosperity of its inhabitants. Economics is divided into macroeconomics (inflation, unemployment etc), and microeconomics (prices, salaries, market behaviours etc.). There are a few graphs to interpret so a level of numeracy will help you but the ability to evaluate, analyse and compare reality with theory is the real skill required.

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Economics is by its very nature rooted in the events of the real world, and examples and case studies can be drawn from the daily news. This contemporary perspective gives those studying the subject an appealing insight into the modern world. It is an excellent grounding for study at degree level and ideal preparation forcourses in Business Studies,Politics and Human Geography.


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