Economics

 

Our International Baccalaureate (IB) Economics HL and SL books provide you with a solid outline of every aspect in the Economics Syllabus. The emphasis is on subject knowledge, structure of knowledge and how to answer examination questions.

The exam is a test of how you use economic theories and concepts to solve economic questions and problems. With plenty of diagrams and IBDP-type questions, these books help you to successfully tackle the questions to help maximise your exam mark.

Economics HL
£23.00
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  • ISBN: 978-1-907374-34-0 | Edition: 3 | Publisher: OSC Publishing
  • Written By: Stephen Holroyd
  • This revision guide covers the new IB Diploma Economics Higher Level course (first examination in May 2013).  It contains up-to-date content and graphs as well as examination details, questions and advice that will enable students to revise and prepare for their final examinations in a structured and well-focused manner.

  • About the Author

    Stephen is an experienced economics teacher and has been teaching the IB for twelve years. He is currently head of Economics, Politics and Business Studies at Malvern College, Worcestershire, England.

Economics SL
£18.00
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  • ISBN: 978-1-907374-33-3 | Edition: 3 | Publisher: OSC Publishing
  • Written By: Stephen Holroyd
  • This revision guide covers the new IB Diploma Economics Standard Level course (first examination in May 2013).  It contains up-to-date content and graphs as well as examination details, questions and advice that will enable students to revise and prepare for their final examinations in a structured and well-focused manner.

  • About the Author

    Stephen is an experienced economics teacher and has been teaching the IB for twelve years. He is currently head of Economics, Politics and Business Studies at Malvern College, Worcestershire, England.

Economics: Paper 3 Numerical Questions HL
£21.00
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  • ISBN: 978-1-907374-31-9 | Edition: 1 | Publisher: OSC Publishing
  • Written By: George Graves
  • Numerical questions will be a compulsory part of the higher level Economics exam under the new syllabus for the first examinations in May 2013. Our Economics: Paper 3 Numerical Questions HL guide has been written to help you prepare for these exams, with a series of likely questions taken from parts of the higher level syllabus.  These questions aim to test your ability to make calculations through the application of basic mathematical principles consistent with higher level economic data.

    The guide is divided into two parts; the first containing a variety of short questions in order to familiarise the reader with the type of skills and techniques necessary for the exam. The second has two complete tests with detailed answers and explanations.

  • About the Author

    George has taught IB Economics since 1992 and has considerable experience as an examiner. As an experienced IB teacher George is used to helping students achieve their best in the examinations and is fully in touch with current exam requirements.

Economics: Practice Questions with Answers for Papers 1 and 2 HL/SL
£16.50
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  • ISBN: 978-1-907374-45-6 | Edition: 1 | Publisher: OSC Publishing
  • Written By: George Graves
  • This guide provides a set of questions of the type to be found in both Paper 1 and Paper 2 with guidelines on how to answer the questions as well as model answers.

  • About the Author

    George has taught IB Economics since 1992 and has considerable experience as an examiner. As an experienced IB teacher George is used to helping students achieve their best in the examinations and is fully in touch with current exam requirements.

Economics: Student Guide for Internal Assessment HL/SL
£12.50
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  • ISBN: 978-1-907374-58-6 | Edition: 1 | Publisher: OSC Publishing
  • Written By: George Graves
  • The new syllabus of the IB Economics Diploma course, for first examination in May 2013, has introduced several changes to the structure of the internal assessment component. The number of commentaries has been reduced from four to three and the criteria for assessment have been changed. This book identifies all the changes and provides detailed guidance on how to prepare for and complete the portfolio of commentaries that make up the internal assessment requirement.

    There are seven sample commentaries together with the articles that they refer to and each section of the syllabus is covered.

  • About the Author

    George has taught IB Economics since 1992 and has considerable experience as an examiner. As an experienced IB teacher George is used to helping students achieve their best in the examinations and is fully in touch with current exam requirements.