Cib Study Text: Certificate - Economics and the Banks' Role in the Environment (1/90)

Cib Study Text: Certificate - Economics and the Banks' Role in the Environment (1/90)

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One of a series of regularly updated Study Texts providing coverage of the examinations of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, this workbook covers the entire syllabus and includes numerous questions from past examinations with full suggested solutions. It examines two interrelated areas, basic economics and the role played by banks in the national economy concentrating particularly on the basic price mechanism and on how this affects banks and other financial markets. Also included is the recent legislative changes such as the Building Societies Act 1986 and Banking Act 1987.
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  • Paperback | 254 pages
  • 205 x 290mm
  • BPP Publishing Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Revised
  • Revised edition
  • 0862772826
  • 9780862772826

Table of contents

Part 1 Nature and scope of economics: nature and scope of economics. Part 2 the formation of the price in the market: demand and elasticity of demand; supply and elasticity of supply; equilibrium. Part 3 Theory and bahaviour of the firm: business organization and finance; costs and revenues of the firm; the growth of firms. Part 4 National income: accounting for national income; the circular flow of income; determination of national income. Part 5 Money and bank: the concept of money; the demand and supply of money; banks and the credit creation process; the UK financial system; the Bank of England and the money market. Part 6 International trade: international economics; the balance of payments; exchange rates; international finance. Part 7 the role of government in the economy: government intervention in the economy; the management of the economy; public finance and fiscal policy; monetary policy - control of the money supply.
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