AS economics revision guide

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This is an economics revision guide (e-book) designed for AS Level. (first year of A level)

It has been updated for the new 2016 syllabus.

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AS revision guide

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Table of Contents

AS Microeconomics

  • Scarcity, choice and opportunity cost
  • Production possibility frontiers (PPF)
  • Specialisation
  • Markets
  • Demand
  • Supply
  • Market equilibrium
  • Consumer surplus
  • Producer surplus
  • Elasticity
    • Price elasticity of demand (PED)
    • Using knowledge of elasticity
    • Income elasticity of demand (YED)
    • Cross elasticity of demand (XED)
    • Price elasticity of supply
  • Tax
  • Wage determination
  • Market Failure
    • Externalities and social efficiency
    • Negative externality
    • Positive externality
    • Public good
    • Information gaps
    • Merit good
    • Demerit good
  • Government intervention to correct market failure
    • Tax
    • Subsidy
    • Maximum prices
    • Problem of maximum prices
    • Minimum prices
    • Tradeable pollution permits
    • State provision of public services
    • Advertising / Information
    • Regulation
  • Government failure

Macroeconomics

  • Circular flow of income
  • Aggregate demand (AD)
    • Consumer spending (C)
    • Investment
    • Government expenditure (G)
    • Net trade (X-M)
  • Aggregate supply (AS)
  • Equilibrium national income
  • Government macro economic objectives
    • Conflicts between objectives
  • Economic growth
  • Fiscal policy
    • The national debt
    • Government spending
    • Taxation
  • Supply side policies
  • Unemployment
    • Causes of Unemployment
    • Policies to reduce unemployment
  • Monetary Policy
  • Exchange rates
    • Factors that influence exchange rates
  • The balance of payments
    • Current account
    • Factors that cause a current account deficit
    • Policies to reduce a balance of payments deficit
  • Trade