Market allocation fundamentally relies upon:

A. A system of relative prices

B. A belief that employees work for the good of society

C. Government ownership of the means of production

D. Moral incentives to encourage productive efficiency

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  1. At the shut-down point in perfect competition:
  2. A loss bearing firm will continue to produce in the short run so long as the price at least covers:
  3. If two households have identical preferences but different incomes then:
  4. The cournot model is a model of:
  5. Price mechanism has also given the name:
  6. In Edgeworth model, if price falls below competitive price, the demand is:
  7. Marginal Utility (MU) curve is always:
  8. When elasticity of demand is less than one (e
  9. If Cobb-Douglas production function is homogeneous of degree greater than one (n>1), then it shows:
  10. The average fixed cost (AFC) curve is asymptote to:
  11. The pay-off matrix shows:
  12. Karl Marx:
  13. Now-a-days in real life, we are unable to fined:
  14. In short run:
  15. 4.The Law of Diminishing Returns according to the modern view, applies to:
  16. Who wrote An Introduction to Positive Economics?
  17. Money spent by a firm on the purchase of capital equipment is:
  18. From analysis, it is clear that both Marshal and Walras market models are:
  19. Which of the following models are associated with non-collusive oligopoly?
  20. Income distribution effects:
  21. The MC curve cuts the AVC and ATC curves:
  22. The Lambda or Langrange Multiplier is a:
  23. Average cost means:
  24. Contraction in demand occurs when:
  25. The cobweb model will divergent when the slope of:
  26. Elasticity (E) expressed by the term, 8 >E>1, is:
  27. Utility is a function of:
  28. The Chamberline model recognizes mutual:
  29. A significant property of the Cobb-Douglas production function is that the elasticity of substitution…
  30. The effects according to which people use those goods which are concerned with distinctive standard…