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Teacher Resource Bank
GCE Economics
Candidate Exemplar Work
ECON4: The National and International Economy
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Teacher Resource Bank / GCE Economics / Candidate Exemplar Work: ECON4 / Version 1.0
Introduction
Below are selected candidate answers to the AQA GCE Economics ECON4 questions in the
Additional Sample Questions and Mark Schemes* document (data response) and the Original
Specimen Question Paper and Specimen Mark Scheme (essay)**. There are three answers to the
data response question and three answers to the selected essay question. For your convenience,
the questions have been reprinted.…read more

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Teacher Resource Bank / GCE Economics / Candidate Exemplar Work: ECON4 / Version 1.0
THE GLOBAL CONTEXT Total for this question: 40 marks
Study Extracts A and B, and then answer all parts of the Question which follows.…read more

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Teacher Resource Bank / GCE Economics / Candidate Exemplar Work: ECON4 / Version 1.0
fell to 7.6% by the end of 2006, its lowest level in 15 years. Meanwhile, the expansion 10
gained pace in the UK, driven by an acceleration of domestic demand, especially
consumption, while investment and export performance remained solid.
The drop in oil prices from August 2006 helped to bring CPI inflation in the euro area
down to just below 2% by the end of 2006.…read more

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Candidate A
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Teacher Resource Bank / GCE Economics / Candidate Exemplar Work: ECON4 / Version 1.0
Candidate A Commentary
Part (a)
4 marks were awarded for the first paragraph which compares the changes in the rate of growth of
real GDP (despite the errors, e.g. China, 206). However, this was constrained to 3 marks. The
comparison of the rates of unemployment in the second paragraph is worth 3 marks.…read more

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Candidate B
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