PPSC FPSC Lecturer Economics Online Test 27 Solved MCQs

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Test NameLecturer Economics 
SubjectEconomics Test 27
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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PPSC LECTURER OF ECONOMICS ONLINE PRACTICE TEST NO. 27

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In Capitalist countries along with inflation .................. problems have been experienced which triggered the concept of Macroeconomic stabilization:

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Which school of thought is against government intervention in economy:

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Monetarists prefer .................. over fiscal policy for macroeconomic stabilization:

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MPC + MPS =

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The major of issue of 1930s was:

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Macroeconomic tools which stabilize economy are ............... and ..................

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Keynesian prefer ...................over monetary policy for macroeconomic stabilization:

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Production Function describe the relationship between................and ...............

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In 1960s the major issue of economy was:

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According to Keynes investment function describe the relationship between .................. and ........................

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During 1960s the problem of inflation was experienced in ........................ countries:

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Demand for labor function describe te relationship between .....................and ........................

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Consumption function describe the relationship between .................... and ...................

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There is ...................relationship between consumption and income:

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Average Propensity to consume (APC) is equal to ....................divided by ..............

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Average propensity to save is equal to ............... divided by...............

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Which theory have been presented to address the issue of inflation:

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There is ....................relationship between saving and income:

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According to Prof. Clark investment is the function of:

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Marginal Propensity to save (MPS) is equal to change in ......................... divided by change in:

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Law of Okun describes the relationship between ................and ..............................

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Modern Macro economist have also established the relationship between ...........................and ...........................

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According to Keynes income function describes the relationship between ................ and ...................

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Marginal Propensity to consume is equal to change in .............. divided by change in ..........................

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Which school of thought is in the support of government intervention in economy:

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    • AP kis province sy hen brother………….PPSC ka Economics ka paper 04-07-21 ko hy aur KPPSC ki Lecturer ki jobs aai hen …………latest aur last date 15-07-21 hy

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