A robust collection of two classroom-ready presentations covering External Influences and External Economics Influences on Business Activity from Unit 1 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives.
This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE A2 Level Business Unit 1 including:
• how a government might use the law to seek to control: employment, conditions of work (including health and
safety), minimum wage, marketing behaviour, competition, location decisions, particular goods and services
• how international agreements might have an impact on businesses
• how the state might intervene to help businesses (small and large)
• how the state might intervene to constrain businesses (small and large)
• the impact of and issues associated with corporate social responsibility (CSR), e.g. accounting practices, paying incentives for the award of contracts, social auditing
• why businesses need to consider the needs of the community including pressure groups
• problems of introducing technological change
• how businesses are constrained by and rely on other businesses
• how a business might react to a given demographic change
• how (physical) environmental issues might influence business behaviour
The presentation can be delivered as a lecture and supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. An excellent key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.