Cambridge AS A Level Economics 9708 Past Papers, Syllabus, Mark Scheme with Examiner Report. 2020 Syllabus update for AS A Level Economics 9708 Update Available.
Cambridge International AS A level Economics 9708. For examination in June and November 2019, 2020 and 2021. Also available for examination in March 2019, 2020 and 2021 for India only.
Cambridge International AS & A Level Economics encourages learners to explore their subject in depth. Consultation is an important part of the way we develop our syllabuses.
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Why Cambridge International AS & A Level Economics 9702?
The study of Cambridge International AS & A Level Economics allows learners to explore concepts and theories. These concepts can be applied to the way that modern economies work. Cambridge learners develop the ability to explain, evaluate and analyse economic issues and arguments. They gain lifelong skills and a solid foundation for further study.
About the syllabus
Through the Cambridge International AS and A Level Economics syllabus, learners study how to explain and analyse economic issues. They can develop arguments, evaluate economic information, present and communicate ideas and judgements clearly.
Key concepts of AS A Level Economics 9702
These key concepts can help teachers think about how to approach each syllabus topic. In order to encourage learners to make links between topics and develop a deep overall understanding of the subject.
As a teacher, you will refer again and again to these concepts, which can serve as tools when considering both familiar and unfamiliar issues.
Scarcity and choice
In economics the resources are scarce and wants are unlimited. There is always a choice between competing uses for the resources.
The margin and change
In AS A Level Economics, decision-making by individuals, firms and governments is based on choices at the margin. Once behaviour has been optimised, any change will be detrimental as long as conditions remain the same.
Equilibrium and efficiency
In AS A Level Economics, prices are set by markets. These are always moving in to and out of equilibrium. It can be both efficient and inefficient in different ways and over different time periods.
Regulation and equity
There is a trade-off between, on the one hand, freedom for firms and individuals in unregulated markets. On the other hand, greater social equality and equity through the government regulation of individuals and markets.
Progress and development
Economics studies how societies can progress in measurable money terms. It can develop in a wider more normative sense.