The Market Economy: 2023 [Text + eBook + Workbook]

  • Tim Dixon & John O’Mahony
  • Paperback + Digital Access
  • Pearson Education
  • 01/12/2022
  • ISBN: 9780655709299

RRP: $88.95 (Inc. GST)


Pearson Economics 11: The Market Economy student book includes contemporary examples, up-to-date statistics and new content that link the Year 11 syllabus to today’s economic news. Revision and study of each chapter is made easier with a summary and review section.

The Market Economy 2023 Student Book and eBook:

  • 1 copy of The Market Economy 2023 Student Book
  • access to The Market Economy 2023 eBook
  • 1 copy of The Market Economy Workbook 9th edition

Student book and eBook: 

The Market Economy is the leading text for students undertaking the NSW Year 11 Economics course. It provides complete coverage of the Year 11 Economics syllabus in a clear and concise style that has made this Australia’s best-selling introductory Economics text. The Market Economy 2023 Edition includes contemporary examples, up-to-date statistics and new materials that link the syllabus to recent economic developments and current debates about economic policies. Revision and study of each chapter is made easier with a summary and review section.
The text is divided into six topics, following the structure of the Year 11 Economics syllabus. Each topic is introduced by a page which includes the relevant focus, issues and skills for that topic, reflecting the syllabus objectives. This is followed by a clear introduction to each chapter within the topic as well as case studies, quotations and summaries of key information, the 2023 edition includes regular review questions and margin definitions throughout the text. There are also references to useful websites relevant to that area of study.
Each chapter concludes with a ten-point chapter summary and chapter review questions. The chapter summary is a good starting point for students’ notes on each chapter, and the review questions are a great way to test their understanding of the chapter.
The comprehensive glossary at the back of the text provides a ready reference for over 350 key economic terms and concepts.
A unique feature of the text is its appendix, located at the back of the book. Appendix A: Key Economic Skills, gives students the opportunity to master the 26 skills of the Year 11 Economics syllabus.
The appendix covers three main areas: drawing and interpreting economic diagrams; equations and calculations; and interpreting economic data and information. By working through this material, students will develop and reinforce the key economic skills.
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The Market Economy Workbook 9th edition accompanies The Market Economy student book, the leading text for NSW Year 11 Economics. It aims to help reinforce student’s understanding of the content of the Year 11 Economics syllabus and to prepare for tests and examinations. It includes a full range of exam-style questions updated for the new Year 11 Economics syllabus and is designed to help students develop a more active and effective approach to their study.
The 9th edition is a completely up-to-date resource with a fresh selection of questions and activities. It also includes a practice exam paper written in a format similar to the exam. This gives students the opportunity to prepare for their final Year 11 exams and for the Year 12 course that follows.
Each topic of the workbook includes a variety of activities designed to:
  • test students’ knowledge and understanding of the course content to improve students’ stimulus-based skills
  • develop inquiry and research skills
  • test their ability to communicate economic information, ideas and issues.

Each chapter of the workbook includes:

  • multiple choice questions
  • short answer questions
  • extended response questions.

Also included in this edition are enhanced answers to the workbook questions providing additional scaffolding for answers that require students to demonstrate a deeper understanding of key concepts or knowledge and worked solutions for any questions that require calculations.

Author information:Tim Dixon is co-founder of More in Common, an organisation with teams in the US, UK, France and Germany that work to bridge social and economic divisions and the threat of extremism. For the past decade he has been based in London and New York, creating start-ups to address social and economic crises. After coming first in NSW in his HSC exams, Tim finished degrees in Economics and Law, worked as a technology lawyer and founded an educational publishing business. He has worked as an economic adviser and chief speechwriter for two Australian Prime Ministers.
John O’Mahony is a Partner at Deloitte Access Economics in Sydney, where he specialises in trends in the digital economy. He has worked at the Australian Financial Review, in the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Economics and Business, for the NSW Government and as a senior adviser for two Australian Prime Ministers. John was awarded the University of Sydney Medal for his First-Class Honours degree in Commerce (Liberal Studies) and has co-authored economics textbooks for over twenty years.

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