Teaching Business & Economics

Teaching Business & Economics is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 2, Summer

Business Economics, A.Griffiths and S.Ison, Heinemann, Studies in Economics and Business
Business Economics, A.Griffiths and S.Ison, Heinemann, Studies in Economics and Business, 2001, paperback, 124 pages, 7.25, ISBN 0 4353321,Tel. 01865 311366. The Studies in Economics and Business series has a strong and established brand image. Griffiths...
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Citizenship Education - the Role of the Business Educator
'I might trust a schoolteacher to teach my child arithmetic but not citizenship.' Onora O'Niell, Reith Lecturer 2002 When a Reith lecturer throws doubt on teachers' ability to help young people develop an understanding of citizenship, we must ask ourselves...
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Economics from a Global Perspective, Multiple Choice Questions with Answers Data Response Questions Answers
Economics from a global perspective, Alan Glanville, revised edition 1999, (pound)25, ((pound)20 direct), ISBN 0 952 4746 11. Multiple choice questions with answers, Alan Glanville, 2001, (pound)12, ((pound)10 direct), ISBN 0 952 4746 38. Data response...
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Edexcel GCSE Business and Communication System / GCSE Business and Communication System
Edexcel GCSE Business and Communication Systems, Sue Alpin, Jan Cooper, Fiona Petrucke, Ged O'Hara, Hodder and Stoughton 2001, paperback, 301 pages, 12.99, ISBN 0348-04254. GCSE Business and Communication Systems, Bill Owens and Lis Rogers (Editorial...
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Editor's Comment
Welcome to the Summer edition of Teaching Business and Economics. The Journal has to reflect, promote and question best practice in the classroom as well as what is happening outside it and this edition is no exception. We therefore have some really...
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GCSE Business Studies
GCSE Business Studies, Di Wallace and Stephanie Wallace, Heinemann, 2001, paperback, 202 pages, 14.99, ISBN 0435 450166, Tel. 01865 311366. This book is designed to meet the requirements of the new ICAA/CCEA GCSE Business Studies specification but could...
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GCSE Business Studies A, for AQA / Business Studies for OCR GCSE
GCSE Business Studies A, for AQA, Arthur Jenkins, David Hamman, Barry Heywood and Martin Foster, Holder & Stoughton, 2001, paperback, 282 pages, 14.99, ISBN 0-340-77268-9, Business Studies for OCR GCSE, Peter Kennerdell, Alan Williams and Mike Schofield,...
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ICT on Line
ARE YOU STILL SEARCHING FOR A SEARCH SOLUTION? Search engines can be one of the most muddling areas of using the web. On the face of it, they should be very simple; you just type in a keyword, press 'go' and then wait for all those useful web sites to...
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Immigration and the UK Labour Market
INTRODUCTION International migrant flows have increased in recent years and have been boosted by people seeking asylum from oppressive regimes around the world. The issue has been highlighted by the attention given to illegal immigration, with media...
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Labor Markets, Heinemann, Studies in Economics and Business Series,
Labour Markets, Geoff Hale, Heinemann, Studies in Economics and Business series, 2001, paperback, 124 pages, (pound)7.25, ISBN - 0 435 332198,Tel. 01865 311366. I liked this book. It was solid, useful and appropriate but unspectacular. As such it was...
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New Light on an Old Chestnut: Break-Even Analysis from a Pedagogical Perspective
THE ORIGINS OF BREAK-EVEN Back in the 1940s, accounting specialists at Harvard University developed a new way of looking at business performance. Their method depended on the propositions that * total cost can be subdivided into fixed costs ad variable...
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Reshaping Post-16: Economics Syllabuses
INTRODUCTION In the 1990s, economics as an academic discipline and a determinant of policy became more open to debate. Dissatisfaction with some of the outcomes of economic decision-making at a national and international level have led not only to intellectual...
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The 14-19 Green Paper - Implications for Business and Economics
INTRODUCTION Over the last fifteen years, educationalists with an interest in the 14 - 19 age group have experienced both a renaissance (under TVEI) and also a dark age (in the heyday of the National Curriculum). The issue of 'what to do' between the...
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The Paper River
A number of economics-related games are available on the World Wide Web. However, problems with games arise when students try to translate the lessons learned into a coherent piece of written work or to apply the concepts to a current economic problem....
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UK Economics Database 2002 and World Development, Europe and USA 2002
UK Economics Database 2002 and World Development, Europe and USA 2002, Statistics for Education, 2002, database files by e-mail, prices - see below, tel 01279 652183 or order on line at www.statsed.co.uk. In order to reduce costs, the latest versions...
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Using off the Peg Market Research Reports
There are two key players in the market for published market research reports in the UK: Mintel and Key Note. Each provides a comprehensive range of reports into a vast array of markets within the UK and beyond. Some of the more unexpected reports include:...
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Whom Shall We Choose?: Some Criteria for Selecting Teacher Trainees
This article is built around the insightful illustrated talk that Jacek (jack) Brant gave to EBEA members prior to the AGM held on Saturday 25 May 2002 at the Institute of Education, London. Anyone who is involved in the selection of people to 'train'...
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