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Who wrote An Introduction to Positive Economics?

A. R.G.Lipsey

B. Paul.A.Samuelson

C. E.D.Domar

D. J.M.Keynes

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  1. When there is decrease in demand the demand curve:
  2. Indifference curves reflect:
  3. If two households have identical preferences but different incomes then:
  4. Social costs equal private costs when:
  5. Price discrimination is possible:
  6. Two policy variables, product and selling activities in the theory of firm was introduced by:
  7. Classical production function is:
  8. Total utility:
  9. Perfect competition implies:
  10. Labor theory was firstly rejected by:
  11. Variable cost includes the cost of:
  12. Normally when price per unit of time falls:
  13. Contraction in demand occurs when:
  14. Excess capacity is not found under:
  15. In perfect cartel, the:
  16. Market demand curve is:
  17. Ceteris paribus clause in the law of demand means:
  18. The Tit for Tat strategy means cooperation by the 2nd firm if:
  19. When total product (TP) is maximum:
  20. If less is demanded at the same price or same quantity demanded at a lower price, it is a case of:
  21. In the case of an inferior good, the income effect:
  22. Indifference curves are downward sloping and are drawn bowed toward the origin (convex to the origin)…
  23. A producer attains the least cost combination when the relation between Marginal Rate of Technical Substitution…
  24. In price leadership, like leader, the follower firm may:
  25. If the price of Pepsi Cola goes down, you would predict:
  26. Price mechanism has also given the name:
  27. If demand increased and supply decreased then:
  28. Which one of the following is also known as Plant Curves:
  29. In Edgeworth model, prices oscillate between:
  30. In economist the term invisible hand is refers to: