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  • Q : Illustrations of individuals engaged in

    Illustrations of individuals engaged in the productive activities would not comprise a: (1) Speculator who purchases wheat at harvest time and vends it at a higher price afterward. (2) Trucker who hauls the grain from North Dakota to the flour mill in

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    Market for goods is in equilibrium. There is an increase in demand for this good. Describe the chain of effects of this change. Elucidate with the help of diagram.

  • Q : Computing economic profit To compute

    To compute the economic profit, it is essential to know the opportunity cost of: (i) Capital. (ii) Land. (iii) Labor. (iv) All the productive resources.

    Can someone please help me in finding out the accurate answer from the above o

  • Q : Market supplies of labor withinin long

    During the long run, the labor supply curve facing a main industry: (w) will always be positively associated to the wage rate. (x) will slope upward only when individual labor supply curves slope upward. (y) can be backward bending at very high wage r

  • Q : Collective Bargaining-Check off

    When a collective bargaining contract comprises a ‘check-off provision’ then: (1) Union workers can be fired if they don’t meet production quotas. (2) Firms collect the union dues by deducting them from pay-checks. (3) Workers are needed to do just t

  • Q : Depreciation expense The Realto Theatre

    The Realto Theatre purchased a new projector costing $37,000 on January 1, 2010. Since of changing technologies, the projector is predictable to last five years after which it will be obsolete and contain a salvage value of $1,000 as a collectors item. Compute the

  • Q : System of Note-issue Name the System of

    Name the System of Note-issue in India.

    Answer: In India, the system of note-issue is the Minimum Reserve System. The RBI is needed to keep minimum reserves of Rs 2

  • Q : Non discriminating firm-monopsony power

    The non discriminating firm with monopsony power in labor market confronts the: (1) Wage rate which consistently surpasses the marginal revenue. (2) MRP less than w. (3) MFC which surpasses w. (4) Monopolistic seller of firm's output. (5) MRP more tha

  • Q : Price discrimination to increase

    A firm can practice price discrimination to increase its profitability when this: (w) confronts a perfectly elastic demand curve. (x) is a pure quantity adjuster. (y) has some market power and is able to separate its customers into various groups alon

  • Q : Determine short-run supply curve When

    When curve C reflects the long run supply curve for this industry as in illustrated figure, in that case the short-run supply curve would be: (i) curve A. (ii) curve B. (iii) curve C. (iv) curve D. (v) curve E.

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