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This book is intended as both a revision guide and student notes for Edexcel AS Economics Unit 1: Competitive Markets - How they work and why they fail. Topics covered: factors of production, opportunity cost, economic systems, demand/supply, market clearing, elasticities, incidence of taxation, market failure, public goods, private goods. Detailed examples of market fai This book is intended as both a revision guide and student notes for Edexcel AS Economics Unit 1: Competitive Markets - How they work and why they fail. Topics covered: factors of production, opportunity cost, economic systems, demand/supply, market clearing, elasticities, incidence of taxation, market failure, public goods, private goods. Detailed examples of market failure covered: road pricing, healthcare, higher education, new airports and runways, buffer stock schemes, agriculture, national minimum wage, labour immobility, fishing. Although mainly aimed at the Edexcel A Level syllabus it may also have relevance for other students on other economics courses post-16 or degree level.


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This book is intended as both a revision guide and student notes for Edexcel AS Economics Unit 1: Competitive Markets - How they work and why they fail. Topics covered: factors of production, opportunity cost, economic systems, demand/supply, market clearing, elasticities, incidence of taxation, market failure, public goods, private goods. Detailed examples of market fai This book is intended as both a revision guide and student notes for Edexcel AS Economics Unit 1: Competitive Markets - How they work and why they fail. Topics covered: factors of production, opportunity cost, economic systems, demand/supply, market clearing, elasticities, incidence of taxation, market failure, public goods, private goods. Detailed examples of market failure covered: road pricing, healthcare, higher education, new airports and runways, buffer stock schemes, agriculture, national minimum wage, labour immobility, fishing. Although mainly aimed at the Edexcel A Level syllabus it may also have relevance for other students on other economics courses post-16 or degree level.

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