I. Economics and economic systems: normative and positive - economics microeconomics and macroeconomics - economic systems - resources, technologies, scarcity, opportunity cost
II. Microeconomics: - Market and competition (supply and demand, equilibrium, over) - Elasticity- market types: efficiency, intervention and failure
III. Macroeconomics:-macroeconomic aggregates. -The real economy (production, growth, financial system).Money and prices (monetary system, money and inflation, exchange rates and exchange rate policy.)
IV. Budget and public spending: denomination and regulations that govern them. Of the State budget. Public finances: Income and expenditure of public
V. World economy:-trade international.-economies of scale, and international trade. -Emerging markets, resources. International development agencies.
VI. The history of Economics through The Nobel Prizes. Evolution of economic science.