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Topic 02: Economic Resources

A) An introduction to Economic Resources
        Resources of an Economy

B) Detailed Study of Land
       Features of Land
       Supply of Land

C) Detailed Study of Labour
        Features of Labour
        Supply of Labour
        Efficiency of Labour
        Mobility of Labour
              1. Occupational Mobility of Labour
                      Meaning and Factors affecting Occupational Mobility
                      Barriers to Occupational Mobility
                      Ways to Increase Occupational Mobility
              2. Geographical Mobility of Labour
                      Meaning and Factors affecting Geographical Mobility
                      Barriers to Geographical Mobility
                      Ways to Increase Geographical Mobility

D) Detailed Study of Capital
        Features of Capital
        Types of Capital
               1. Fixed Capital
               2. Working Capital
        Capital Formation
               Gross Investment
               Net Investment

E) Detailed Study of Entrepreneur

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