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FD3S-R

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sounds like a stupid question

but how are we meant to use ross gittin articles???

are his pts and theorys on economics valid for essays??

or are we meant to quote his beliefs and statistics?
 

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Gittins just mellows down the government's current economic policy so that students like us can understand them. In your textbook you learn the concepts you need to pass the exam, if you can apply some of Gittins statistics that would be good. Also if you can't understand something your teacher or textbook has informed you about then Gittins may address it in one of his articles. It's important to research from a variety of mediums, his articles are simplified, yet extremely effective! Go Ross ^_^
 

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ah good 'ole rossy..he's my hero...the teachers all love him because he makes their workload a whole lot less. everything he says (well everything that's relevant to wat we're studying) is another thing to add in our responses..all the stats and all the info
 

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Even though his articles do show his opinion and bias towards certion aspects his articles are really good to summaries wats happening in and outside the country. I highly recommend his articles to all economics students.
 

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oi use it as a learning aid...its not like you have to quote him or anything!
 

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Gittins is a good economist to follow - it made studying the 2004 budget a lot easier though his summary did show a bit of bias away from the government afterward on ABC
 

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