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mps is
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Neeraj Thapa 24 minutes ago

It means the ratio of change in saving upon change in income

Neeraj Thapa 25 minutes ago

Marginal propensity to save
Define fixst cost
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Preet Vyas 6 hours ago

those cost which do not vary or change directly with the level of output.
Consumption curve is not started from origin
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Tanisha Garg 4 hours ago

Yes because there is always minimum level of consumption even when income is zero

Ayush Bafna 6 hours ago

Yes, Because at zero income level also we consume something at thus start from point above origin.
Elaborate economic growth as objective of govt. budget.
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Yogita Ingle 7 hours ago

 When the Government formulates the budget it keeps in mind many objectives . One of the essential objective is to increase the growth rate . The growth rate of a country depends on rate of saving and investment . So in order to raise the rate of savings and investment , budgetary policy aims to mobilise sufficient resources for investment in the public sector. To raise the overall savings and investment alteration of public expenditure , tax policies etc are the tools implemented by the government . More savings lead to more investment which results in more revenue generation .

Define monopoly market .State the forces to create monopoly
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Yogita Ingle 8 hours ago

A market structure characterized by a single seller, selling a unique product in the market. In a monopoly market, the seller faces no competition, as he is the sole seller of goods with no close substitute.
In a monopoly market, factors like government license, ownership of resources, copyright and patent and high starting cost make an entity a single seller of goods. All these factors restrict the entry of other sellers in the market. Monopolies also possess some information that is not known to other sellers.
Characteristics associated with a monopoly market make the single seller the market controller as well as the price maker. He enjoys the power of setting the price for his goods.

Krishanu Saxena 9 hours ago

Monopoly is a market in which there is one seller of a commodity and the market is price maker.
Relationship between AR and TR with diagram
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When ar declines but remains + than tr increases at decreasing thereafter start falling
Define priceflooring and its implications
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Yogita Ingle 9 hours ago

Minimum price ceiling means the least price that could be paid for a good or service. It is the price fixed by the government for a good in the market. The government fixes the price on agricultural products and food grains in particular so that the farmers get their fair price of a commodity which otherwise actually can be sold with too low of a price.
Effects of price floor:
(i) Minimum Return:  Farmers are ensured with the minimum returns as their products are completely sold in the market at comparatively higher price. This leads to an increase in their level of income.
(ii) Maximum Level of output:  The government ensures to buy the full produce of the farmers which are not sold in the market at the price floor. Hence, they are able to produce the maximum level of output.
(iii) Burden  on Government: It also puts extra burden on the government revenues. It becomes mandatory for the government to purchase the excess produce, even if it runs a sufficient volume of buffer stocks.
(iv) Higher Taxes:  The government also tries to shift the burden (associated with purchasing the excess produce at higher price) to the consumers and the traders in form of higher taxes.

Isha Guha 11 hours ago

The minimum price in which seller is abide to sell the commodities.. And is not able to change the price.
Define price ceiling and its impilcations
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Yogita Ingle 9 hours ago

Minimum price ceiling means the least price that could be paid for a good or service. It is the price fixed by the government for a good in the market. The government fixes the price on agricultural products and food grains in particular so that the farmers get their fair price of a commodity which otherwise actually can be sold with too low of a price.
Effects of price floor:
(i) Minimum Return:  Farmers are ensured with the minimum returns as their products are completely sold in the market at comparatively higher price. This leads to an increase in their level of income.
(ii) Maximum Level of output:  The government ensures to buy the full produce of the farmers which are not sold in the market at the price floor. Hence, they are able to produce the maximum level of output.
(iii) Burden  on Government: It also puts extra burden on the government revenues. It becomes mandatory for the government to purchase the excess produce, even if it runs a sufficient volume of buffer stocks.
(iv) Higher Taxes:  The government also tries to shift the burden (associated with purchasing the excess produce at higher price) to the consumers and the traders in form of higher taxes

What do you mean my economy
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Harsh Singh 11 hours ago

An economy is a system which provides people, the means to work and earn a living.

Anurag Singh 12 hours ago

Economy is a machinism in which consumption, production and creation of wealth takes place
Find fiscal deficit from the following 1 . Rev deficit Rs 580 2 capital expenditure Rs 120 3. Disinvestment. Rs 50 4. Recovery of loan. Rs 250
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Sonal Chandila 10 hours ago

Thanks for the formula

Sonal Chandila 10 hours ago

Rs 400 ..... after calculations not Rs 260

Harsh Singh 11 hours ago

Because fiscal deficit= revenue deficit+(capital expenditure-capital receipts)

Harsh Singh 11 hours ago

The answer is 260
economics ka paper leak ho gaya
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Tanisha Garg 4 hours ago

No and on YouTube it is fake news

Harika Muskan 5 hours ago

How did u know that.......?

Vk Vk 14 hours ago

If yes please give information to CBSE
through it's budgetary proposal, government of India aim to bring about economic stability by controlling fluctuations mainly in price.explain two ways in which govt can control fluctuating
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Harsh Singh 11 hours ago

1. Govt. Can bring down aggregate demand by reducing its own expenditure. 2. Govt. Can increase its expenditure and give tax concessions and subsidies.
Explain condition of condumer equilibilum with the help of IC analysis .
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The two condition is needed to satisfy : 1) MRSxy = Px/py(MRE) 2) MRS must fall.

Lv Sharma 17 hours ago

bro its consumer
State whether money sent by a worker working abroad to his family is included in the estimation of national income or not?
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Harshita Marwaha 1 day, 1 hour ago

Yes.. It will be included in the national income as he is a normal resident and his economic interests lies in India.

Prabh Bhangu 1 day, 3 hours ago

No.. It will not included in national income as it is a transfer income...
For 2019-20
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derivation of c fun. from s fun. ek hi diagram pe bnana hai ja do pr....
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Harika Muskan 1 day, 4 hours ago

1 pr hi show krdena bcoz it would save tym n it is not even necessary 2 show both of them separately as both of them can b represented in 1 diagram.

Muskan Tyagi 1 day, 5 hours ago

2 diegram pa
diff. b/w desire and demand
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Yogita Ingle 1 day, 6 hours ago

Desire Demand
(i) Desire simply refers to the mere wish of a person to have a particular commodity. Demand refers to a desire backed by the ability and willingness to pay for a particular commodity.
(ii) A person can desire anything at any point of time. There are no limitations for a desire. There are several limitations affecting demand like ability to pay, willingness to buy etc.
<div>(iii) There is no relation between desire with price, place and time.</div> Demand has relation with price, place and time
(iv) Desire has a wider scope as it includes demand. Demand has a narrow scope as it is a part of desire.

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