Third Term SS2 Economics Lesson Note
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This lesson note covers the following topics for SS2 Third Term Economics:
- Revision of Last Term’s Work / Money
- Financial Institutions
- Inflation and Deflation
- Public Finance
- Sources of Government Revenue
- Capital Market
- National Income
- Theory of Income Determination
- Theory of Multiplier