We can obtain consumers demand curve from:

A. Income Consumption Curve (ICC)

B. Engels Curve

C. Price Consumption Curve (PCC)

D. Production Possibility Curve (PPC)

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  1. The cost curves of the firm shift due to changes in:
  2. If two goods have same marginal utility for a consumer then:
  3. The price consumption curve (PCC) for commodity X is the locus of points of consumer equilibrium resulting…
  4. The external economies of scale experienced by a firm include the:
  5. According to critics, the assumption of costless production is:
  6. Economic problems arise because:
  7. Technological efficiency:
  8. Kinked Demand Curve is consistent with which one of the following market situations?
  9. While buying two goods X and Y with unequal prices, to maximize total utility from his income, a consumer…
  10. Variable costs refer to:
  11. In centralized cartel, the firms are like:
  12. Cartel is associated with:
  13. In cournot model, firms face:
  14. According to the principle of substitution?
  15. Who is the author of Trade Cycle ?
  16. In Revealed Preference Theory, a consumer reveals preference for bundle of:
  17. The expansion point is attained by joining:
  18. The cost of production is faced by a:
  19. The partial equilibrium model keeps other things:
  20. Capital Saving Technological Progress can be defined as:
  21. When marginal costs curve cuts average costs curve, average costs are:
  22. For the given production function, technical efficiency is defined as:
  23. Production function shows:
  24. In finding equilibrium position of a profitmaximizing firm, which technique is most convenient?
  25. Nash Equilibrium is stable:
  26. Law of Substitution in production was presented by:
  27. Change in quantity demanded refers to:
  28. The imaginary differentiation is attributed to difference in:
  29. An indifference curve shows the bundles of two goods among which a consumer remains:
  30. A shift in the demand for a product is likely to result from a change in: