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The ordinary demand curve is also called:

A. Marshallian demand curve

B. Hicksian demand curve

C. Slutsky demand curve

D. All the above

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  1. In cournot model, each firm makes decision regarding:
  2. The cost of firms in cournot model are:
  3. Who formulated the Post-Keynsian Theory of Distribution and Growth?
  4. Production indifference curve (isoquant) is a curve which shows:
  5. If, at the prevailing price, more of a good is desired than is available for sale:
  6. Production function relates:
  7. If a commodity sold under monopoly is got free of cost, then MC will be:
  8. The game theory takes into consideration:
  9. In the long-run competitive equilibrium:
  10. The costs faced by the firm against variable factors are:
  11. Which of the following would be least likely to cause a consumer to eat less beef?
  12. The indirect utility function is a homogeneous function of:
  13. In the case of a giffen good, the income effect:
  14. In Revealed Preference Theory, Samuelson proves P.E = S.E + I.E :
  15. The main contribution of Alfred Marshal is in the field of:
  16. Who wrote Mathematical Analysis for Economists?
  17. The addition or increment to the total cost involvesd in expanding or contracting output by one unit…
  18. In case of short-run, the supply curve of an industry is the horizontal summation of:
  19. The game theory was basically presented by:
  20. In finding equilibrium position of a profitmaximizing firm, which technique is most convenient?
  21. If the commodity is normal then fall in price will result in:
  22. An effective price ceiling usually results in:
  23. Marginal utility means:
  24. If the price of a product falls then quantity demanded tends to increase ceteris paribus because:
  25. The budget constraint can be written as:
  26. J.R.Hicks was:
  27. Nash equilibrium says:
  28. The long run total cost is attained by:
  29. According to the principle of substitution?
  30. The Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns can be explained in terms of: