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Cambridge Money, Markets and Citizenship for the Victorian Curriculum

 

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Written by a trusted author team of leading educators of economics, business, civics and citizenship, Cambridge Money, Markets and Citizenship explores the contemporary issues that surround the economic and political systems that shape Australia today.

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  • Offers a uniquely Victorian perspective with the most current information available on economic and political systems in the modern local, regional and global world, covering the Economics and Business and Civics and Citizenship Victorian curriculums for Years 9&10.
  • Includes a diverse range of revision, research and collaboration activities to ensure students understand the basic concepts, apply reasoning and interpretation skills, and are fully equipped to study commerce at a senior level.
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