Loanable funds theory of Interest was developed by:

A. Wicksell

B. Robert San

C. Ruskin

D. J.B.Say

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  1. The alternative of profit maximization theory is:
  2. In Edgeworth model, price remains:
  3. In which case the elasticity shown by the different points of a curve is the same?
  4. The number of sellers in oligopoly is:
  5. The costs faced by the firm against variable factors are:
  6. The longer the period of time, the elasticity of supply will be:
  7. Diminishing returns occur when a firm:
  8. The short-run periods in monopolistic competition are:
  9. When a consumer is satisfied with his spending pattern, he is said to be in:
  10. Which of the following is called Gossens first law?
  11. Each firm in cournot model assumes that its competitor will:
  12. Which describes a competitive market?
  13. In monopolistic competition, the firm take advantage due to customers:
  14. Elasticity of supply means change in supply due to change in:
  15. The non-price competition cartel is a:
  16. Elasticity (E) expressed by the term, 1>E>0, is:
  17. The supply curve would probably shift to the right if:
  18. When with a change in price the total outlay (expenditures) on a commodity remains constant, it is a…
  19. The Prisoners Dilemma was presented by A.W.Tucker in:
  20. The horizontal demand curve for a commodity shows that its demand is:
  21. In modern theory of costs, a firm normally utilizes:
  22. Cross-elasticity of demand or cross-price elasticity between two perfect complements will be:
  23. Increase in demand occurs when:
  24. The market demand for any commodity is the:
  25. If we measure the elasticity of demand with the help of the average and marginal revenue, the formula…
  26. Utility is a function of:
  27. If the commodity is inferior then Income Effect (I.E) is:
  28. The firms in non-cooperative games:
  29. In the case of an inferior good, the income effect:
  30. The amount of income left over for a consumer in equilibrium is :