A Level Economics Edexcel B (9EB0)

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Theme 1: Markets, consumers and firms
1.1 Scarcity, choice and potential conflicts
1.2 Enterprise, business and the economy
1.5 Market failure and government intervention
Market failure and government intervention
1.6 Revenue, costs, profits and cash
Theme 2: The wider economic environment
2.1 Business growth and competitive advantage
Innovation and digital economy
2.2 Firms, consumers and elasticities of demand
2.3 Productive efficiency
2.6 Introduction to macroeconomic policy
Introduction to macroeconomic policy
Theme 3: The global economy
3.2 Economic factors in business expansion
3.3 Impact of globalisation on global companies
3.4 Impact of globalisation on local and national economies
3.5 Global labour markets
3.6 Inequality and re-distribution
Reducing poverty and inequality
Theme 4: Making markets work
4.1 Competition and market power
Spectrum of competition
Business objectives and prices
4.2 Market power and market failure
Market power and regulation
4.3 Market failure across the economy
4.4 Macroeconomic policies and impact on firms and individuals
4.5 Risk and the financial sector
Risk and the financial sector


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