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i'm thinking of doing an economics/history/law EPQ and was wondering if anyone had any ideas?
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How accurate is using Statistics to predict market bonds and prices in economics systems
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Just some ideas - they definitely need altering but may be good foundations
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(Original post by isobelbeint)
i'm thinking of doing an economics/history/law EPQ and was wondering if anyone had any ideas?
You could look at the influence of money on law- e.g. how more spendature increases your chances of a successful campaign/appeal/prosecution.
The Paradox of Value
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