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The concept of industry in monopolistic competition has been replaced by:

A. Firm

B. Product group

C. Producers

D. Shopkeepers

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  1. Market allocation fundamentally relies upon:
  2. In real life firms:
  3. In case of monopoly, TR curve rises at a:
  4. Marginal utility means:
  5. Who is the founder of classical school of thought?
  6. Who is the author of Problems of Capital Formation in Underdeveloped Countries?
  7. In Prisoner Dilemma, the best choice of strategy is:
  8. The shape of the TC curve is:
  9. The concept of product differentiation was firstly introduced by:
  10. The Latin term citeris paribus means:
  11. The longer the period of time, the elasticity of supply will be:
  12. The monopolist firm is price setter. The price setter firm is one which:
  13. In short run:
  14. 4.The Law of Diminishing Returns according to the modern view, applies to:
  15. MC is given by:
  16. At a point below the middle of a straight line demand curve, elasticity of demand is:
  17. Under monopoly and imperfect competition MC is:
  18. In the case of superior (normal) commodity, the income elasticity of demand is:
  19. The ordinary demand curve is also called:
  20. Some economists refer to iso-product curves as:
  21. By increasing the price of its products above those of its competitors, a perfectly competitive seller:
  22. Total utility:
  23. Cross-elasticity of demand or cross-price elasticity between two substitutes will be:
  24. When the slope of a demand curve is infinite (also known as horizontal demand curve) then elasticity…
  25. When elasticity of demand is less than one (e
  26. If the commodity is normal then the Income Effect (I.E) and the Substitution Effect (S.E):
  27. The game theory concentrates on:
  28. The horizontal demand curve for a commodity shows that its demand is:
  29. Compared to perfect competition, a monopolist will charge:
  30. Cross-elasticity of demand or cross-price elasticity between two perfect substitutes will be:

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