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The Modern and Neo-Keynsian Theory of Interestwas presented by:

A. Gunner Myrdal

B. A.C.Pigou

C. J.M.Keynes

D. J.R.Hicks

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  1. Entry of new firms into a competitive market will shift the supply curve of the:
  2. The word ECONOMICS is derived from the Greek terms meanings:
  3. The income consumption curve (ICC) is the locus of points of consumer equilibrium resulting:
  4. The shape of the TC curve is:
  5. In the long-run competitive equilibrium:
  6. In repeated game, the Prisoners Dillemma can have a:
  7. Each firm in cournot model can:
  8. One way the government can induce a monopolist to expand his output is by imposing:
  9. Which is not an essential feature of a socialist economy?
  10. The slope of the iso-cost line (budget line) is determined by:
  11. Given a U shaped average cost curve, the relationship between average cost and marginal cost is such…
  12. The Law of Proportionality is another name of:
  13. At final equilibrium in cournot model, each firm sells:
  14. Utility is:
  15. If the commodity is inferior then:
  16. The arc elasticity is the measure of average elasticity at the mid-point of the chord and connects:
  17. Implicit costs are the costs:
  18. If as a result of an increase in prices, total outlay (expenditures) on a commodity decreases, its price-elasticity…
  19. The good will highest income elasticity is:
  20. Who wrote An Introduction to Positive Economics?
  21. In case of perfect competition, TR curve rises at a:
  22. At the shut-down point in perfect competition:
  23. Which of the following is not a property of indifference curve?
  24. The cross-price elasticity of the demand for orange juice with respect to the price of apple juice is…
  25. The giffen paradox is an exception to law of:
  26. Stable cobweb model is a:
  27. Equilibrium of a firm represents maximization of profits as well as:
  28. In monopolistic competition, the firms face:
  29. Profits of a firm will be calculated taking into account the units produced and the difference between:
  30. In collusive olligopoly, the firms may make: