UGC NET Mock Test 26 on Economics – 20 Questions for Practice

 

Take Test 26 20 questions for Practice – Economics Test 26

 

1. Assertion (A) : Fisher’s index is an ideal index. Reasoning (R) : Fisher’s index satisfies Time Reversal and Factor Reversal Tests.
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2. Random sampling implies that
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3. Assertion (A): Sunk costs are not relevant to economic decisions. Reason (R): The opportunity cost of such resources is zero.
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4. In a binomial distribution, the sum of mean and variance is 15 and the product of mean and variance is 54, then the number of observations (n) is equal to
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5. Which of the following tax can be shifted easily?
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6. Pareto optimum implies
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7. χ2 (chi-square) test is used to test
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8. Who is widely known as the founder of Austrian School?
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9. An economic region of production consists of
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10. Reservation wage means
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11. The permanent income hypothesis is consistent with cross-section and time series data because
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12. Which of the following is tantamount to absence of taxation?
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13. Elasticity of substitution is
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14. Cochin Clark has argued that for most countries of the world, the safe upper limit of taxation is
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15. A model of oligopoly in which one business sets output before the other business do is
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16. In game theory model, strategies include I. The potential choices to change the price II. To develop new or differentiated products III. To introduce a new or different advertisement campaign IV. To build excess capacity
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17. Which of the following statements is true?
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18. Which of the following tax is within the jurisdiction of States as enumerated in List – II of the Schedule VII of the Constitution of India?
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19. For substitutes, cross elasticity of demand is
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20. Which of the following are relevant in Zero Base Budgeting? I. Each item of expenditure is challenged in pre-budget review. II. No minimum level of expenditure is allowed to be taken as given. III. Expenditure of each item is increased marginally. IV. Most item of expenditure is taken for granted when budget is prepared for the next year.
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