PPSC FPSC KKPSC BPSC SPSC AJKPSC Lecturer Economics Test 43

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Test Name Lecturer Economics 
Subject Economics Test 43
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100
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Lecturer Economics Online Test No. 43

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The Keynesian revolution in macroeconomics was that:

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According to the classical model if desired saving should unexpectedly decreases, then:

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The classical school economic philosophy of laissez-faire was challenged by:

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The simple Keynesian aggregate supply curve is:

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When the price level goes up the value of money:

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In classical theory, excess supply of a product would be associated with:

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Keynes famous quote that in the long run we are all dead was made in reference to the:

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The basic Keynesian aggregate supply curve modified by the existence of bottlenecks allows for the existence of:

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For the classical economists unemployment existed because:

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In the simple quantity theory model the value of money is determined by:

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If the money supply declines by 30% the simple quantity theory of money predicts:

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The simple view of the quantity money assumed:

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In the AD-AS quantity theory model changes in the money supply affect:

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According to classical economists velocity would:

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In the public discovers that it can get along with less money:

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In the AD-AS quantity theory a decrease in aggregate demand results in:

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The classical quantity theory was abandoned by most macro economists because of:

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In the classical quantity theory the main connection from the money supply to real output is:

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Say's law asserts that because investment and savings are equalized by the interest rate any change in supply will automatically result in:

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A Keynesian equilibrium with less that full employment can occur on the portion of the aggregate-supply curve that is:

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In a hyperinflation velocity would be very low:

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In a depression economy along a horizontal aggregate supply curve:

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According to classical quantity theory, if the money supply in the economy in the previous problem decreases to $400 billion:

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In the classical model if desired saving exceeded desired investment:

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Keynes believed that wages were inflexible downwards for all of the following except the existence of:

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