Teaching Business & Economics

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Articles from Vol. 8, No. 2, Summer

Administration Level 1 Units 1, 2, 3 and 4
Administration Level 1 Units 1, 2, 3 and 4 Carol Carysforth and Mike Neild Heinemann 2003 ISBN 0435462105 Price £12.99TARGET AUDIENCEThis book is aimed at school leavers: that is, at students who are coming to the end of their school life and are about...
British Defence Spending: Making Choices
INTRODUCTIONThe study of choice is a focal theme of Economics. Since resources are scarce, society must make complex choices between alternatives. Hence a decision to have more of one good or service means giving up an element of some other good or service....
Business Speak: Cutting through the Fog
This is the second of the three EBEA conference papers and is based on the presentation Ian made with the same title.The origins of this article lie principally in my reaction to some of the statements made all too frequently by Business students in...
Cedric Sandford: A Tribute
Professor Cedric Sandford, who ivas President of the Economics Association from 1984 to 1987, died on 5 March 2004, aged 79.Keith Robinson came to know Ccdric as a fellow student. Keith recalls first meeting Cedric at Manchester University in the final...
Contributing to Citizenship Education by Improving the Quality of Students' Arguments
This is the first of three papers produced by the team of citizenship educators in Staffordshire. The other two will appear in future editions of the journal.WHY SHOULD TEACHERS OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS EDUCATION BE INTERESTED IN CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION?In...
EBEA Web Site - Events
Many of you will know that the EBEA web site was last year completely redesigned and updated to provide a better service fur members. This process is ongoing and we have further plans for development and would welcome the input of members. Over the next...
Editor's Comment
Welcome to the Summer edition of Teaching Business and Economics. This edition features three conference 'specials' and some quite lengthy but very interesting pieces from some of the 'regulars'. I would like to thank all contributors for the time they...
GCSE Applied Business: Teacher's Resource File
GCSE Applied Business: Teacher's Resource File Carol Carysforth and Mike Nield, 2003 Heinemann ISBN 0 435 47100 7 241 pages plus introduction Price £60.00Carol Carysforth and Mike Nield's Teacher's Resource File is designed to support their GCSE Applied...
How Do You Feel? How Do You Really Feel?
The importance of Emotional Intelligence in the workplace and the classroomINTRODUCTIONLeadership, teamwork and empowerment are all areas that have been examined extensively in business to find ways of enhancing the contribution of people to an organisation's...
Joined-Up Business Thinking
When a distinguished business consultant with a keen interest in institutional barriers to innovation and with a track record in sorting out firms' organisational malfunctions joins forces with teachers committed to improving the quality of students'...
'Money and Morals' Business Ethics Curriculum
'Money and Morals' Business Ethics Curriculum(A4 Student File and Teacher Folder; Trigger Video, available from 'Money and Morals' Education Team: Tel 020 8200 8007, email infb@jabe.org with website: www. moneyandmorals. org)The 'Money and Morals' Curriculum...
The UK Economy Explained: A Practical Guide to the Performance of the UK Economy and Current Policy Issues for 'A' Level Economics and Business Studies Students: The Business Economics Unit HSBC Bank
The UK Economy Explained A practical guide to the performance of the UK economy and current policy issues for 'A' Level Economics and Business Studies students The Business Economics Unit HSBC BankSponsored by HSBCIn his introductory letter to this resource,...
The World Economy: Dot Coms, Deflation and the Dollar
This is the first of the three EBEA conference papers and is based on the key note presentation that Evan made with the same title.There is nothing new about periodic fluctuations in the level of economic activity within economies. We've known ups and...
Using 'In the News'
In our recent discussions with teachers and lecturers on Bizled resources, it appeared that a number of our resources were 'hidden jewels' which, when pointed out, were greeted with some enthusiasm and the comment 'I wish I'd known it was there'!One...

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