The UK Economy in a Global Context
This series is written around key areas of economics and business studies. Each individual title reflects headings in exam board specifications, to enable students to know which books to buy. The books include data and diagrams which aim to offer comprehensive facts on each subject.
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Chapter Two The recent performance of the UK economy
Chapter Three Managing the national economy
Chapter Four The international economy
Chapter Five Globalization
Chapter Six Inﬂation and unemployment
Chapter Seven Fluctuations in economic activity
Chapter Eight Globalization and the national and
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