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BUSH035: Economics

Credits: 0.5 units/5 hours
6 Evaluations, 3 Projects, 3 Progress Tests
6 Teacher Connects

NCAA Approved
UC a-g Approved

In this challenging course students gain an understanding of basic economic concepts by examining historical and current examples of economic principles and systems at work. Students will study the role and workings of the free market economy and learn how markets work, including supply, demand, prices and market structures. Students will also study issues that relate to business, including labor-management relations, business organizations, money and banking, financial markets, the relationship between gross domestic product and growth, and economic challenges. This course will also cover government regulation, government involvement in the economy, international trade, globalization, and the impact of technology on the economy.Note: Credit may be granted in either business or social studies.

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Textbook: Pearson Economics (ISBN: 9780133306934)

Economics  BUSH035061 (printed course content)

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