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  • South African workbook for economics interactive edition
  • Van Walbeek C
  • ISBN:
  • eISBN: 9780627033834
  • ePub ISBN: N/A
  • 0 Pages | Published: 2015

A generic workbook for Economics I students providing questions and answers relating to the most important topics usually covered. The workbook is not linked specifically to Economics for South African students but can be  used in conjunction with it.

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SECTION A QUESTIONS 
Chapter 1   Basic concepts 
Chapter 2   Demand and supply 
Chapter 3   Elasticity 
Chapter 4   Behind the demand curve: the utility approach 
Chapter 5   Basic production and cost concepts 
Chapter 6   Behaviour of the firm under perfect competition 
Chapter 7   Monopoly, oligopoly, monopolistic competition 
Chapter 8   Measuring the performance of the economy 
Chapter 9   Income determination in the Keynesian model 
Chapter 10 Aggregate demand and supply 
Chapter 11 International trade, the balance of payments and exchange rates

SECTION B ANSWERS 

Chapter 1   Basic concepts 
Chapter 2   Demand and supply 
Chapter 3   Elasticity 
Chapter 4   Behind the demand curve: the utility approach 
Chapter 5   Basic production and cost concepts 
Chapter 6   Behaviour of the firm under perfect competition 
Chapter 7   Monopoly, oligopoly, monopolistic competition 
Chapter 8   Measuring the performance of the economy 
Chapter 9   Income determination in the Keynesian model 
Chapter 10 Aggregate demand and supply 
Chapter 11 International trade, the balance of payments and exchange rates

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