PPSC Lecturer Economics Test 13 Online Preparation MCQs

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Economics 
SubjectEconomics Test 13
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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PPSC Lecturer of Economics Test 13

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When price of a good is held above equilibrium price, normal result will be?

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A shift in the demand curve (drawn in Income-Quantity space) to the left may be caused by:

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What will happen to equilibrium price and quantity when the demand curve shifts to the left and the supply curve shifts to the right:

4 / 25

A price floor is:

5 / 25

The need for rationing a good arises when:

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How many different equilibria can obtain when you allow for shifts in the demand and/or the supply curves?

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Which statement is correct?

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Equilibrium in the market for good A obtains:

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Which one has negative income effect?

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When the market operates without interference, price increases will distribute what is available to those who are willing and able to pay the most. This process is known as:

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If a government were to fix a minimum wage for workers that was higher than the marketclearing equilibrium wage, economists would predict that:

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A shift in the demand curve (drawn in the traditional Price-Quantity space) to the left may be caused by:

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A movement along the demand curve (drawn in Quantity-Price space) to the left may be caused by:

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When the decrease in the price of one good causes the demand for another good to decrease, the goods are:

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If the “regulated-market” price is below the equilibrium (or “free-market” price) price:

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What will happen to equilibrium price and quantity when both the demand and supply curves shift to the left:

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In the short run to stay in business, the firm must cover:

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If the quantity demanded of beef increases by 5% when the price of chicken increases by 20%, the cross-price elasticity of demand between beef and chicken is:

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The price of apples falls by 5% and quantity demanded increases by 6%. Demand for apples is:

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A price ceiling imposed by the government can cause a shortage (excess demand):

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What is the effect of imposing a fixed per unit tax on a good on its equilibrium price and quantity?

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Economic rent represents excess payment to a factor of production over and above its:

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If the cross-price elasticity of demand between two goods is negative, then the two goods are:

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Alpha Corporation produces chairs. An economist working for the firm predicts that 'if people's incomes rise next year, then the demand for our chairs will increase, ceteris paribus.' The accuracy of the economist's prediction depends on whether the chairs Alpha produce:

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The price of bread increases by 22% and the quantity of bread demanded falls by 25%. This indicates that demand for bread is:

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