Author archives: Edmund Quek

  • As this coming Friday (19/04/2019) is Good Friday, the lesson will be brought forward from 5pm-7pm to 10am-12pm. Students who are unable to come for their regular class should avoid Sunday for the make-up lesson. They can come on Monday (5pm-7pm), Friday (5pm-7pm) and Saturday (1.45pm-3.45pm). Economics Tuition @ E[...]
  • The JC2 Friday class (5pm-7pm) will commence on 5 April 2019. Students who are interested in switching to this class may do so by sending an email request. Economics Tuition @ Economics Cafe Principal Economics Tutor: Mr. Edmund Quek
  • From this week onwards, the Wednesday class (7.30pm-9.30pm) will be moved to Thursday (7.30pm-9.30pm). Due to the Lunar New Year, the lesson on Monday this week will be brought forward from 5pm to 1pm.   Economics Tuition @ Economics Cafe Principal Economics Tutor: Mr. Edmund Quek
  • The JC1 economics tuition classes will commence on 05/12/2018 (Wednesday). For reservation, you may contact us on 82688918.   Economics Tuition @ Economics Cafe Principal Economics Tutor: Mr. Edmund Quek
  • As your promotional or preliminary examination is approaching, you are likely to be stepping up your effort in the preparation for the examination. In the process, you may have increasingly more doubts which you need to clear with Mr. Edmund Quek. Due to his large number of economics tuition students, you may want to b[...]
  • (a)  Explain the causes of inflation. [10] (b)  Discuss the adverse effects of a rise in inflation in Singapore on the domestic sector and the external sector. [15] Introduction (a)  Inflation is a sustained rise in the general price level. Inflation can be classified into demand-pull inflation and cost-push infla[...]
  • As most students will be having their Common Test 2 (CT2) from 25/06/2018 to 29/06/2018, there will no lessons in the same week. The make-up lessons were conducted in the June holidays. Economics tuition classes for both JC1 and JC2 students will resume on 02/07/2018.   Economics Tuition @ Economics Cafe [...]
  • Discuss the policies that the Singapore government should use to achieve a high standard of living. [25] Introduction The standard of living refers to the material and non-material welfare of the people. There are several policies that the Singapore government should use to achieve a high standard of living which i[...]
  • (a)  Explain why the government subsidises education. [10] (b)  Discuss whether a reduction in the subsidy on education is justified. [15] Introduction (a)  The question can be discussed with reference to the concepts of allocative inefficiency and income inequity. Body The government subsidises education to add[...]