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Economics Personal statement

Hello.

I'm working hard on my personal statement and I nearly finished it, but i can not make up the first paragraph "Why I like economics". For me it seems obvious and not much to write, but my tutors does not agree with me.


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basic economic problems

what is the relationship between opportunity scare resource and opportunity cost?

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economics

Explain why resouce allocation in a market economy results in too much undesirable pollution

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need help on answerin a question..

the government has recently announced susbstaintial increases in expenditure on secondary education. Using aggregate demand and supply analysis, examine the consequences of this for macroeconomic policy objectives in both the short and long run.

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Labor markets

Hi, I was just looking at some A2 Edexcel EconomicsLabour markets questions, but could not answer this: (2004 paper)

What are 2 likely consequences for th EU labor market of stricter equal pay legislation for men and women?

I dont know - would it possibly imply more women in the workforce/more women taking higher paid jobs or perhpas higher costs to employers?

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GNP & Poverty ( plz this is urgent. thnx in advance.

Development goals must be defined in terms of progressive reduction and eventual elimination of malnutrition, diesease, illeteracy, squalor unemployment and inequalities.
We were taught to take care of our GNP as this will take care of poverty, Let us reverse this and take care of poverty as this will take care of the GNP

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CAP impact on world trade

(a) Examine the impact of te European Union's Common Agricultural Policy on the world trade in agricultural goods. (40 marks)

(b) Evaluate the implications of a significant reduction in barriers to the trade in goods and services for the global economy. (60 marks)

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Commodity prices

"To what extent have the poor performance of stock markets, the weakness of the US dollar, and the continued rise in oil prices caused a rise in the gold price?"

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demand for money

discuss whether it is inevitable that the rise in prices will reduce the demand for money?

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Is the world heading into recession

Hi there
Ive got a cw to write on my economics unit titled " is the world heading into a recession"

Not sure how to start it
some starting points would be appreciated.

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Femmes Timberland Bottes / Timberland au

November 7, 2014 | A Level Economics Revision
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r├ęplicas de relojes

September 3, 2014 | A Level Economics Coursework
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my homework

June 28, 2013 | A Level Economics Advice
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macroeconomics

February 25, 2012 | A Level Economics Homework
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US economy effect on commodities!

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controlling public finasce

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controlling public finances

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enor-pounds essay

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