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Paper – II
1 . If a straight line demand curve is tangent to a curvilinear demand curve, the elasticity
of the two demand curves at the point of tangency is
(A) the same
(C) can be the same or different
(D) dependent on the location of the points of tangency.
2. The law of downward-sloping demand can be explained in terms of
(A) the substitution effect
(B) the income effect
(C) both the substitution and income effects
(D) neither the substitution nor income effect.
3. Which of the following does not cause an increase in demand ?
(A) An increase in consumers’ incomes
(B) An increase in consumers’ preference for the commodity
(C) A reduction in the commodity’s price
(D) A reduction in the price of a complementary good.
Paper – III
SECTION – I
Note : i) Answer both the questions.
ii) Each question carries twenty marks.
iii) Each answer should be given in 500 words.
1. Give the outlines of the Keynesian macroeconomic system and discuss the possibility of unemployment in the system.
Explain how disguised unemployment can serve as a potential source of capital formation in any underdeveloped economy.
2. Discuss briefly any growth model to highlight the principal factors determining the growth of an economy.
Explain how the principal factors act to influence growth. Discuss briefly the performance of Indian agriculture during the period of economic reforms.