PPSC FPSC Lecturer Economics Online Test 37 Solved MCQs

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Economics 
SubjectEconomics Test 37
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.


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We can increase rate of economic growth in Pakistan if we increase:

2 / 25

Marx attributed the capitalist crisis to:

3 / 25

Pakistan started its first five year plan in:

4 / 25

Perspective planning refers to:

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It is a measure of economic development:

6 / 25

There are obstacles to rapid economic development of Pakistan:

7 / 25

According to R. Nurkse, the inducement to invest in the context of an underdeveloped economy is limited mainly by the:

8 / 25

Pakistan's income is low because:

9 / 25

J.F. Meade pointed out three principles means of growth. Which of the following is not on the list?

10 / 25

If the capital-output ratio is 4:1 and the annual growth rate of population is 2.5%, what will be required rate of investment in the economy in order to achieve 3% growth per annum in per capita income?

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Who coined the phrase 'demonstration effect'?

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To achieve full economic growth, Malthus laid special emphasis on the proper combination of:

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When economic development takes place:

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Which of the following is not a part of the classical theory of economic development?

15 / 25

Which is not a characteristic of underdeveloped countries?

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Which of the following had the approval of the classical economists (particularly J.S. Mill) as an aid to development?

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In which year, two authors of Harrod-Domar model wrote earlier?

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Contribution of agriculture in Pakistan's national income is:

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What according to Malthus puts a stop to the growth process?

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With economic growth, the proportion of labor-force engaged in agriculture:

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Rate of economic development will fall if:

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The justification of the 'big push' strategy, which involved concentrated efforts in the form of investments on a large scale, is based on:

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The 'big push' strategy of development was first advocated by:

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The stationary state according to Malthus and Ricardo, is characterized by:

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A strategy of heavy industry is sometimes preferred for a developing economy because it can:

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