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Increasing return to scales can be explained in terms of:

A. Optimal factor proportions

B. Fixed scale of plant

C. External and internal economies

D. Labor productivity

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  5. Cournot equilibrium is attained where two reaction curves:
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  12. The firm is at equilibrium where:
  13. Equilibrium of a firm represents maximization of profits as well as:
  14. Cross-elasticity of demand or cross-price elasticity between two perfect substitutes will be:
  15. In discriminating monopoly (price discrimination), the cost of production in two markets are:
  16. Production indifference curve (isoquant) is a curve which shows:
  17. Total variable costs in equation form are:
  18. For a few products such as insulin for diabetics,:
  19. In the long run:
  20. As the price of diamond is higher, so it has:
  21. Which cost increases continuously with the increase in production?
  22. Which of the following has more elastic demand curve?
  23. In Edgeworth model, price remains:
  24. If under perfect competition, in the short period, price does not cover the average cost completely,…
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  27. In monopoly, new firms:
  28. A firm in a position of equilibrium is supposed to be maximizing:
  29. Consumers Surplus can also be defined as:
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