The unit of study aims to enhance students ability to communicate persuasively in oral and written form about business economics, including in professional contexts and with the general public. In this context it will focus on developing skills in the translation of economic ideas, and synthesis. Motivated by the fact that in many practical contexts preparation times are limited and ones audience has a short attention span, the unit will particularly focus on succinct and concise communication. These skills will be developed through practice.
At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:
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