Ensure full coverage of the new syllabus with this comprehensive guide written by highly experienced authors, that explores all topics through inquiry, concepts, content and contexts and their interrelationships with each other.
- Explore economics through the nine key concepts in the new course with our newly developed acronym for a deeper and more integrated understanding of the subject.
- Includes new integrated subtopics of Economics of the environment and Economics of inequality and poverty which helps bring to light the global challenges facing the planet today and how these can be addressed using an Economics lens.
- Apply new skills and knowledge to everyday life with examples and case studies.
- Foster the attributes of the lB learner profile with explicit reference made throughout, as well as TOK links for every topic.
- Prepare for the new assessment model with exam-style questions and review questions.
- Avoid common mistakes and aim for the best grades with expert tips and hints. I've been using the student book and it's so helpful to have this right now with the new syllabus.
Both I and my students love the top tips and common mistakes sections - the common mistakes especially are really good at highlighting those points that perhaps might not get emphasized enough in class and end up as mistakes in their answers. -- Mine Kanol The Hodder textbook by Paul, Tanu and Sean is growing on my students. We like the no-nonsense approach, examples, diagrams and tips of things that are often confused (e.g: public goods and public sector). Highly recommend it! -- Samira Amin, KIS International School, Bangkok, Thailand * email * The authors have provided a bright, engaging, and well-constructed text that fully supports all IB Diploma Economists in understanding the entire syllabus, first assessment 2022.
Firstly, the content is covered clearly and in the appropriate details with clear text supported by colourful diagrams and photographs. Key terms are highlighted in the margins to build the students vocabulary and support their understanding. Everything is where is should be and laid out in an exceedingly engaging way. However, the text goes further than this in supporting the student in developing their understanding of various areas of the IB Diploma. Of course, at the forefront of this is Assessment with links made between the text and how it could be assessed, Assessment Objectives (AOs) are introduced and continually referred back to. Sprinkled within the text are practise exam questions to develop studen
Economics for the IB Diploma