Teaching Business & Economics

Teaching Business & Economics is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 2, Summer

Biz/Ed Internet Update
This ICT section contains an update on Biz/ed by the project team and a piece by Steve Lepper on the Internet. Steve has supported ICT developments in the EBEA for many years and we wish him well in his new post with AngliaCampus. January, February and...
British Economy Survey
British Economy Survey, Vol. 28, No. 1, Autumn 1998, published by YPS & Statistics for Education Ltd, two issues per year, 64 pages, single subscription L12.50, additional subscriptions L6.00, tel 01279 652183, ISSN 0263-- 3523 For many A Level (and...
Business Studies Advanced Level Resource Pack
Business Studies Advanced Level Resource Pack, Chris Nuttall, Matthew Glen, Michael Watts, Malcolm Surridge, Collins Educational 1998, 187 pages (photocopiable), L85, ISBN 0 00 327509 4 The quest for resource material of quality at advanced level is...
China - an Economy in Transition
The preceding article traces the transition of the Chinese economy from almost pure command economy to a mixed economy. It also draws an interesting comparison between progress in China and Russia, highlighting two diverse approaches to a similar issue...
From Command to the Market the Chinese Experience
INTRODUCTION The process of economic reform in China has been ongoing for over twenty years now. It began at the 3rd Plenary session of the llth Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party in December 1978 as a result of the advocacy of Deng Xiaoping,...
How Economics Is Useful in Government?
THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS FROM THE EBEA ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION - GLASGOW WHAT IS ECONOMICS? It is a great pleasure to open this conference and to address teachers of economics about how economics can work in practice. I will concentrate on...
Marketing, and A Level Resource Pack
All the reviews published in 'Teaching Business and Economics are now available on the TES BookFind CD ROM, published termly by Book Data Ltd., Northumberland House, 2, King Street, Twickenham, TW] 2RZ, in association with the Times Education Supplement....
New Millennium New Syllabuses: Choosing and Using the Post-Dearing Year 2000 AS/AL Specifications
ABSTRACT The imminent arrival of new AS/AL specifications (syllabuses to you and me) in business studies and economics from Awarding Bodies means that choices have to made about which to adopt and how best to make use of the material they provide. This...
Obituary: Angus Taylor OBE
Members old and new will be saddened by the death of Angus Taylor who was Chairman of the Association from 1983-86. Angus passed away peacefully in hospital on 23 April 1999 just after the Association's Annual conference and 26 years since he attended...
SCETNet for Business Studies: A Virtual Business Studies Department
SCETNet for Business Studies: A Virtual Business Studies Department, Scottish council for Educational Technology, CD ROM, Apple Mac or PC, Single user L25 +VAT, 5 User, L100 +VAT, tel 0500 515152. This is a CD-ROM bringing the Internet into the classroom...
Syllabus Switching in GCE Economics and Business Studies
Syllabus Switching in GCE Economics and Business Studies, Steve Hurd, Gwen Coates and Alain Anderton, Staffordshire University, 1998, paperback, 93 pages, 15 (10 per copy for 5 or more), may be obtained from Mrs. Anne Smith, Economics division, Staffordshire...
The Circular Flow of Income
The circular flow of income appears on most Economic syllabuses and will generally be covered before the deeper intricacies of broader macro-economic policy are approached. For many years I simply developed the circular flow model on a board hoping to...
The Internet in UK Education - a Maturing Market?
AUTHORS COMMENT On May 1st I embarked on a new career as the Education Services Manager for a new Internet company, AngliaCampus. This article was written before this appointment and represents a personal view. INTRODUCTION The EBEA first started to...