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Economics: Economics gioves a framework for analyzing issues such as inflation, unemployment, monopoly, and economic growth. Typical courses include principles of micro-/macro- economics, economic statistics, money and banking, international trade and finance, labor economics, public economics, industrial organization, law and economics, etc. The subject involves learning how economics systems function to provide goods and services. You study theory, policy, and trends, and you end up exploring way to deal with the economic problems that confront individuals, businesses, and nations. Lessons are sometimes in the courses that accompany a concentration in economics - such as principles of microeconomics, principles of macroeconomics, economic statistics, money and banking, international trade, international finance, urban economics, environmental economics, labor economics, public economics, industrial organization, economic history, poverty and discrimination, health economics , law and economics, I use the National Council on Economic Education (NCEE) for advise on how to structure lessons when they are at a particular grade level. Students must advise what their tutoring needs are for lessons to be well coordinated.