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Best of luck, any predictions?
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Seen a few people saying potential essay questions could be with oligopolies.
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nah you dont say
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Seen a few people saying potential essay questions could be with oligopolies.
I really hope that it is! I find oligopoly the easiest market structure

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Best of luck, any predictions?
I hope on of the essays is to do with demand/ supply for labour or the elasticities of demand and supply for labour. They are the easiest topics to talk about.

But I don't feel like it will be as it's come up so many times before, and we all know how OCR takes great pleasure if f****** with us!

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Anyone think Sports might come up
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On the June 2011 paper the case study was on football, and there was a six mark question on whether football clubs aim to maximise profit.
They could ask an eight marker on how a specific sport is an oligopoly, monopoly etc.

Do you know a lot about sports as an industry? I've got notes on the others but nothing on sports as it's just a mess

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anyone got a list of keywords we have to learn?
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can someone upload essays on sports, cinema, tv and travel? that way we can prepare for the worst!
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On the June 2011 paper the case study was on football, and there was a six mark question on whether football clubs aim to maximise profit.
They could ask an eight marker on how a specific sport is an oligopoly, monopoly etc.

Do you know a lot about sports as an industry? I've got notes on the others but nothing on sports as it's just a mess

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they might just ask how sport in general is an oligopoly for example, highly doubt theyll ask how the cricket or football or golf industry is one cos that requires a lot of knowledge in said areas, and frankly many dont know
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On the June 2011 paper the case study was on football, and there was a six mark question on whether football clubs aim to maximise profit.
They could ask an eight marker on how a specific sport is an oligopoly, monopoly etc.

Do you know a lot about sports as an industry? I've got notes on the others but nothing on sports as it's just a mess

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jun 15:labour -> wages
jun 14:market structures -> cinema
jun 13:labour -> income inequality
jan 13:market structures -> holidays and leisure travel
jun 12:market structures -> TV
jan 12:labour -> the labour market
jun 11:market structures -> Sports
jan 11:labour -> labour force
jun 10:labour -> unit labour costs
jan 10:market structures -> holidays and leisure travel
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Hmm I think it will be market structures on the Sports industry
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they might just ask how sport in general is an oligopoly for example, highly doubt theyll ask how the cricket or football or golf industry is one cos that requires a lot of knowledge in said areas, and frankly many dont know
The case study would help with answering a question like that. As on the same paper there was an eight marker on how football can be considered monopolistically competitive

I just hope it isn't on spectator sports at all tbh, even though it's highly likely it will be

EDIT: are you talking about spectator sports for the essay questions? If so, then of course you are absolutely right

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jun 15:labour -> wages
jun 14:market structures -> cinema
jun 13:labour -> income inequality
jan 13:market structures -> holidays and leisure travel
jun 12:market structures -> TV
jan 12:labour -> the labour market
jun 11:market structures -> Sports
jan 11:labour -> labour force
jun 10:labour -> unit labour costs
jan 10:market structures -> holidays and leisure travel
This is so helpful in seeing a pattern!
I guess it's very likely then this year will be on an industry. I don't mind any of them apart from spectator sports, which is (me being dramatic here) the bane of my existence atm

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jun 15:labour -> wages
jun 14:market structures -> cinema
jun 13:labour -> income inequality
jan 13:market structures -> holidays and leisure travel
jun 12:market structures -> TV
jan 12:labour -> the labour market
jun 11:market structures -> Sports
jan 11:labour -> labour force
jun 10:labour -> unit labour costs
jan 10:market structures -> holidays and leisure travel
what are these?
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The case study would help with answering a question like that. As on the same paper there was an eight marker on how football can be considered monopolistically competitive

I just hope it isn't on spectator sports at all tbh, even though it's highly likely it will be

EDIT: are you talking about spectator sports for the essay questions? If so, then of course you are absolutely right

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ah right yeah that makes sense, forgot all about the case study haha
yeah i was initially talking about the 15/20 markers, even though knowing ocr they can do what they please
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what are these?
every topic for section A f583
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every topic for section A f583
when it says labour what do you mean?
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Being a football fan, I wouldn't mind if it was on spectator sports
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