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Which one of the following would cause the supply curve for a good to shift to the right (outwards from the origin)?
A fall in the price of the good
An increase in the demand for the good
A fall in production costs of the good
The imposition of a minimum price
- Your answer is correct.
- Your answer is wrong.
C Rationale: The other options relate to movements along the supply curve.
Which of the following is not an element of fiscal policy?
Which of the following is associated with a negative Public Sector Net Cash Requirement?
........................................ taxes are collected by the Revenue authority from a business, which attempts to pass on the tax to consumers...
If a government has a macro-economic policy objective of expanding the overall level of economic activity, which of the following measures would not ...
The currency in country X is the Krone while country Y uses the Euro. Country Y has recently experienced an increase in its exchange rate with Countr...
The following, with one exception, are ‘protectionist measures’ in international trade. Which is the exception?
Are the following statements true or false? 1 Frictional unemployment will be short term 2 Governments can encourage labour mobility if they want to...
Monetary policy is a government economic policy relating to: 1 Interest rates 2 Taxation 3 Public borrowing and spending 4 Exchange rates Which o...
Which of the following organisations might benefit from a period of high price inflation?
Which of the following are the goals of macroeconomic policy? 1 Encouraging economic growth 2 Low unemployment 3 Achievement of a balance between e...
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