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1.Explain the functions of RBI
2. “Consumer’s demand for a commodity not only depends on price of the commodity but also on many other factors”. To test the above statement, you are asked to conduct a field visit. Prepare a questionnaire consisting not less than twelve questions for the field visit
3. Sabu and Subin are your friends. One day, you find them arguing with each other. Sabu argues that the size of India’s GDP can be taken as an index of our welfare. Subin stated his opinion that it is incorrect to treat GDP as an index of welfare. Whom do you support in this issue? Give three reasons to justify your answer.
4. Prepare a Seminar Report on the various instruments of the monetary policy of RBI.
Hint: The report should have
b) The main points in the seminar paper of different groups.
c) Conclusion with own observation.
5. Money emerged as a measure to overcome the difficulties of barter. How far it succeeded in overcoming difficulties of barter. Elucidate.
6. The Central Bank of a country is its apex financial institution. The decisions taken by the Central Bank affects the economy in different ways. Which all are the different instruments through which the Central Bank interferes in the economy and which are the problems that the Central Bank aims to solve using those instruments?
7. What is ‘budget constraint’? Write the relevant equation and prove that the slope of the budget line shows the budget constraint.
8. If C = .8 and M = .3
a) Calculate open economy and closed economy multiplier
b) If domestic autonomous demand increases by 100, what will be multiplier effect on output in both economy?
c) elucidate the result.
9. The demand function of commodity X of three households are given below.
- House hold 1 – Dx = 50-5 Px
- House hold 2 – Dx = 50-6px
- House hold 3 – Dx = 50-3Px
- If the values of Dx are (5, 4, 3, 2, 1).
a) Prepare the Household demand Schedule.
b) Calculate the Market demand Schedule.
c) Draw the three house hold demand curves on the same axis
10. Illustrate the components of a budget in the form of a flow-chart.
11. The PPC is concave to the origin due to a certain phenomenon. What is it? Draw a suitable diagram and explain.
12. X and Y are two good purchased by a consumer. Suppose that there are 3 bundles containing the two goods. (2x, 3y), (2x, 2y) and (3x, 3y). Which bundle would the consumer select and why? How is this known in Economics?
13. Prepare an article based the topic central economic problems
14. An open economy functions are given as follows:
C = 40 + 0.8Y, T = 50, I = 60, G = 40, X= 90, M= 50 + 0.50Y.
Calculate the equilibrium level of income and net export balance.
15. In flexible exchange rate system, exchange rate is determined by demand for and supply of foreign exchange. If people show increased preference for imported goods, what would be the impact on
(i) Demand for foreign exchange
(ii) Foreign exchange rate
(iii) Diagrammatically explain the equilibrium under flexible exchange rate system.
16. Consider the demand function:
Find equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity.
17. Give 2 factors that lead to shift in demand curve and supply curve to rightward.
18. Draw a two sector model and show real and money flow
19. Explain Consumer Equilibrium with the help of Indifference Curve.
20. Adam Smith and his followers were considered the most prominent economists till the late 1920s. By what name was that school of thought known? Which were their main arguments? Why did their school of thought become outdated?
21. A household’s monthly consumption of rise fell down from 12 Kg to 10 kg as the price of rise increased from Rs. 30 to Rs. 40. Calculate the price elasticity demand for rise and analyse its impact on total monthly expenditure of household
22. Draw the diagram and explain the price determination under perfect competition with the situation of free entry and unit.
23. Distinguish between transaction motive and speculative motive of demand for money
24. As a economics student you observed that the price of sugar is increasing. You are asked to find out a method to control the high price of sugar in the government intervention methods you studied such as minimum price and maximum price which one would you suggest? Explain
25. From the data given below Calculate Personal Income (PI) and Personal disposable income
GDP at market price = 20,000
Net Income from abroad -1800
Depreciation – 2000
Indirect taxes – 1850
Undistributed profit 1500
Corporate Tax 1750
Interest received by the households 2000
Interest paid by house holds 1500
Transfer Income 500
Personal Tax 750
26. “Bank rate policy is one of the important tools used by the RBI to tackle inflation’ Explain
27. The table shows the changes in output when a farmer increased the number of labours in his land. Identify and explain the economic principle shown in this table
28. With the help of the diagram analyse how the flexible exchange rate is determined in a free market
29. Trade deficit is
a. export > Import
b. government revenue > government expenditure
c. Import > Export
d. government expenditure> government revenue
30. In a rural tomato market only three consumers are there. Demand functions of there three consumers are given below
Consumer 1 – d1 (p) = 15 – P 0 ≤ Ρ ≤ = 15
Consumer 2 – d2 (p) = 20 – P 0 ≤ Ρ ≤ = 20
Consumer 3 – d3 (p) = 25 – P 0 ≤ Ρ ≤ = 25
from the above information derive market demand function and a market demand schedule for prices 5, 10, 15, 20
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