Economics GCE AS/A (From 2015)
This specification (first teaching from 2015) provides students with a coherent combination of micro and macro content. It allows students to critically explore a range of economic issues and draw on data from local, national and international sources. The specification provides a suitable foundation for the study of economics or a related area in a range of higher education courses.
The specification is divided into a total of four externally assessed units.
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