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GK - Economics Test - 01


1. An upward and leftward movement of an upward-sloping supply curve for a commodity could be caused by all of the following, except


2. A producer under monopolistic advertises his product so that it can


3. Expenditure on which of the following is, not considered investment in the theory of income determination ?


4. Slationalisation or public control of an industry is often supported by economists because


5. When average cost increases marginal cost is



6. The surn of the marginal propensity to consume and the marginal propensity to save must be equal to


7. It will pay a monopolist to cut the price of his product if


8. If the elasticity of demand for a good is equal to (-)2 then a 1 percent price rise will


9. Which Plan recommended ZeroBased Budgeting (ZBB) as a step to control public expenditure ?


10. If income is below equilibrium


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