A course for those willing to learn ways of how humans allocate resources and determine prices.

The branch of economics concerned with large-scale or general economic factors, such as interest rates and national productivity.

Economics is a social science. It does not just describe what goes on in the economy. It attempts to explain how the economy operates and to make predictions about what may happen to specified economic variables if certain changes take place, e.g. what effect a crop failure will have on crop prices, what effect a given increase in sales tax will have on the price of finished goods, what will happen to unemployment if government expenditure is increased. It also suggests some guidelines that firms, governments or other economic agents might follow if they wished to allocate resources efficiently. Mathematics is fundamental to any serious application of economics to these areas.This course provides student with the mathematics to take them from GCE A level standard to that required for the remainder of the economics degree

This  Course Introduces You To Mathematical Aspects of Economics