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Edexcel AS/A level Economics

Our best-selling textbook for AS & A level Economics

Written by Alain Anderton, the 6th edition of our Pearson Edexcel AS and A level Economics Student Book features new and updated content to help teachers and students cover the content and skills required in the Edexcel AS and A level Economics A (2015) specifications.

What can you expect from our resources?

  • A Student Book that will help develop students' skills in research and independent learning, applying knowledge and thinking like an economist. Covering both the AS and A level courses, it includes case studies, practice data response questions, key terms and exam tips to help embed learning and develop students' conceptual understanding of each topic.
  • A free ActiveBook (eBook) version giving students an easy way to personalise their learning and revision as they progress through the course.
  • A downloadable Teacher Pack containing the Student Book answers and documents for self-assessment and progress checking.

What our customers say

"Been through new 6th edition Alain Anderton Economics and am impressed. Complete rewrite for new spec #A-levelEcon"

Phil Holden‏@pajholden on Twitter

"A-level textbook Alain Anderton’s Economics most popular book at Bank of England … the fifth edition of A level students’ favourite Alain Anderton‘s Economics was the most issued book in the Bank’s information centre last year. … Used by A-Level economics students studying for Edexcel exams" 

The Independent, 25 March 2015 

 

 

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Series Includes

1x Student Book + Student ActiveBook (eBook)

1x Student *ActiveBook (eBook)

1x Teacher Pack (Download)

*The ActiveBook is available as a bundle with the Student Book and/or as a separate subscription (individual and multiple annual licences available).

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