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The production process is:

A. Consuming goods and services

B. Transforming inputs into outputs

C. Wasting goods and services

D. Buying goods and services

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  1. The total utility (TU) curve is:
  2. The falling part of total Utility (TU) curve shows:
  3. Which of the following goods is most likely to be exchanged in a market of local rather than national…
  4. When income of the consumer increases then demand curve of an inferior good:
  5. The right of individuals to control productive resources is known as:
  6. Which of the following is the work of A.C.Pigou?
  7. In the case of substitutes, the cross demand curve slopes
  8. The Substitution Effect (S.E) is always:
  9. The advertisement and other selling activities:
  10. In centralized cartel, the firms are like:
  11. For a few products such as insulin for diabetics,:
  12. Excess capacity is concerned with the:
  13. A firm considering what type of new plant to build is involved in a:
  14. Supply curves are most elastic:
  15. In cournot model, each firm expects a reaction from his rival but the expected reaction is not:
  16. The demand of the necessities is:
  17. The central problem of economics is:
  18. Variable cost includes the cost of:
  19. When a consumer is satisfied with his spending pattern, he is said to be in:
  20. The critics of Sweezy model say that kink generates:
  21. The modern cost curves are based upon the idea of:
  22. Time Preference Theory of Interest was presented by:
  23. Whenever a group of monopolistic competitors attains equilibrium, the firms in this group usually:
  24. Which of the following is not characteristic of perfect competition?
  25. Dumping is international discriminating:
  26. If the commodities X and Y are perfect complements then:
  27. In collusive olligopoly, the firms may make:
  28. In Bertrand model, the entry of new firms is:
  29. Income-demand curve shows:
  30. In Revealed Preference Theory, a consumer reveals preference for bundle of:

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