Economics 11

Course Outline

Economics 11 is a course in Canadian economics and begins with a general study of the economy of the local community, leading into such selected aspects as important private firms, important occupational groups, local unions, three levels of government, government spending, taxation; and expanding to the provincial and regional economy to consider primary, secondary, and tertiary industries. Distribution of wealth and power, labour movement, free enterprise, crown corporations, taxation, and economics ties with the world are also considered as parts of the Canandian economy. Various economic principles, issues, and theories that affect the lives of students are included.