Developed countries include all 28 members of the European Union (including newly acceded members that are regarded as "transition economies"), other non-EU western European countries and territories (including Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, etc.) The group also includes the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea – now a member of the OECD (which is the group of leading advanced economies
Why is economic growth so weak in many advanced countries?
Economic recession and weak growth in the Euro Area
What factors have contributed to persistent recession in the Euro Area?
Our AQA A Level Economics Year 1 (AS) Course Companion is the designed as a high quality and cost-effective replacement for expensive and overly complicated textbooks. The Course Companion maps precisely against the AQA specification and teaching content for Year 1 (AS) and provides students with comprehensive and concise coverage of what students really need to know and understand.
This resource comprises two practice exam papers (with supporting mark schemes) for each of the two Year 1 (AS) papers. The format of each practice exam paper follows precisely the format of the specimen assessment materials issued by the board that have been accredited by Ofqual.