The aims of the Economics curriculum are to enable students to:

  1. develop an interest in exploring human behaviour and social issues through an economic perspective;

  2. understand the world in which they live through mastery of basic economic knowledge;

  3. enhance their general intellectual capacity for life-long learning, through developing their capacities in economic analysis, so that they possess the skills necessary for reasoning about issues and making rational choices; and

  4. participate as informed and responsible citizens in the decision-making processes of a modern democratic society.


Compulsory Part

  1. Basic Economic Concepts

  2. Firms and Production

  3. Market and Price

  4. Competition and Market Structure

  5. Efficiency, Equity and the Role of Government

  6. Measurement of Economic Performance

  7. National Income Determination and Price Level

  8. Money and Banking

  9. Macroeconomic Problems and Policies

  10. International Trade and Finance

Elective Part

  • Elective Part 1: Monopoly Pricing, Anti-competitive Behaviours and Competition Policy; OR

  • Elective Part 2: Extension of Trade Theory, Economic Growth and Development


Teacher-in-charge Mr. Cheung Kin Wa