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Microeconomics is a branch of economics that studies the behavior of individuals and firms in making decisions regarding the allocation of limited resources.
|A free market economy's driving force is: a)Profit motive b)Welfare of the people c)Rising income and levels of living d)None of the above|
|Which of these is an example of macro economics?
(a) overall conditions of economy.
(b) total production.
(c) economic behavior of large aggregates.
(d) All of above.
|In inductive method, logic proceeds from: a)General to particular b)Particular to general c)Both (a) and (b) d)None of these|
|Under inductive method logic proceeds from: a)General to particular b)Positive to normative c)Normative to positive d)Particular to general|
|Micro economics is concerned with: a)Consumer behaviour b)Product pricing c)Factor pricing d)All of the above|
|Mixed economy means: a)All economic decisions are taken by central authority b)All economic decisions are taken by private entrepreneurs c)Economic decisions are partly taken by the state and partly by private entrepreneurs d)None of these|
|Socialist economy is also known as: a) Mixed economy b) Planned economy c) Capitalist economy d) None of the above|
|The branch of economic theory that deals with the problem of optimum utilization of resources is called?
|A study of how increase in the corporate income tax rate will affect the natural unemployment rate is an example of: a)Macro Economics b)Descriptive Economics b)Micro Economics d)Normative Economics|
|Mixed economy means: a)Co-existence of small and large industries b)Promoting both agriculture and industries in the economy c)Co-existence of rich and poor d)Co-existence of public and private sectors|
|Production Possibility Curve is also known as: a)Demand Curve b)Transformation Curve c)Supply Curve d)Indifference Curve|
|Economics is neutral between ends. The statement is given by: a)L. Robbins b)Mrs. Joan c)Alfred Marshall d)A.C. Pigeon|
|What is cut-off frequency?|
|Who gave the positive aspect of science? a)Alfred Marshall b)A.C. Pigou c)Adam Smith d)Robbins|
|What will be the shape of PPC curve when marginal opportunity cost is constant? a)Concave b)Convex c)Backward bending d)Straight line|
|In which type of economy do consumers and producers make their choices based on the market forces of demand and supply? a)Open Economy b)Controlled Economy c)Command Economy d)Market Economy|
|Which one is not the characteristic of capitalist economy? a)Profit motive b)Income inequality c)Free employment d)Collective ownership|
|Which of these would cause a rightward shift of the PPC curve? a)Improvement in technology b)Greater capital formation c)Increase in population d)All of these|
|Explain the process of calculating the planned activity output through Long term planning?|
|A system of economy in which all the means of production are owned and contributed by the private individuals for the purpose of profit, is called:
d)All of the above
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