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UCL institute of education
PGCE - Qualified Teaching Status
2013 - 2014
University of Westminster
Bsc Business Economics - 2:1
2009 - 2012
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How interest rates affect market participants?
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Discuss two main approaches to pricing for new products and give examples to illustrate how each pricing strategy works?
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How is a current account linked to injections?
The current account is largely made up of trade balance ( Exports - imports). Remember exports are an injection and imports are a withdrawal or a le...
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Why does the demand curve slope downwards? ?
The demand curve slopes downwards as it depicts the fundamental relationship, as the price of a product falls there’s an increase in the quantity de...
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