Economics Down Under VCE Units 1-4
The latest digital-only editions of Economics Down Under provide students and teachers with a comprehensive and current resource, set out in a clear and accessible format that is easy to follow and understand. Richard Morris is a highly experienced and successful author who, in this edition, provides insights into the modern Australian economy by exploring issues of interest in Economics through a wide range of relevant business examples and topical case studies.
Digital-only product suite includes:
- eGuidePLUS Teacher Edition (Units 3-4)
Please note that there is no printed textbook for the new Economics Down Under.
Why digital only?
For the first time, the Economics Down Under series will be published as eBookPLUS (digital) only. The digital format means that critical updates to content (for example, data, statistics, etc.) can be published quickly and easily to ensure currency.
Features and benefits
Content and structure directly align with the new Study Design for 2017, set out in a clear and accessible format – one chapter is devoted to each of the five areas of study, making planning and preparation easier
Select up-to-date statistics and graphs (including those for 2016) are included and can be updated as needed, providing ongoing currency as emphasised in the Study Design
The eGuidePLUS for Units 3 and 4 includes answers to all questions and a practice examination paper with solutions, whereas a topic search function provides a convenient and efficient way of finding specific information for research
Links are built into the terminology used throughout the text, directing students to an extensive Economics dictionary to help develop their Economics vocabulary
Interactivities, videos, weblinks, online content and additional worksheets provide further extension and alternative explanations of key concepts
Extensive multiple choice test questions and Applied Economics exercises are provided at the end of each chapter to help students check their understanding, as well as prepare for the structure of the final examination