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Basic Economics (Part II)

written by: Zornitsa
 
Here are some more questions to further test your knowledge of economics. Have fun!

Question 1:


Which of these economic terms does not denote restriction of international trade, i.e. the free flow of goods between nations?
Import tariffs
Non-tariff trade barriers
The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
Trade quotas

Question 2:


What factor is the reason for economists to believe that countries are gradually becoming more economically interdependent?
Financial markets in many countries have been opened to participants from foreign countries.
There are many multinational corporations that design, manufacture, and sell products around the world.
Global trade is largely aided by the constant progress of technologies.
All of these

Question 3:


International trade is an important part of world economy. Which statement about international trade is not true?
Globalization is a process closely related to international trade.
Communist and socialist nations tend to aspire to complete lack of international trade (autarky).
Large countries depend more on trade than smaller countries do.
Free trade is most strongly supported by the economically powerful nation in the world.

Question 4:


In economics, the Law of Supply is the direct opposite of the Law of Demand. Which of the following correlations best describes the Law of Supply?
The higher the price, the lower the quantity supplied.
If the price is low, supply will always be inadequate for the demand.
The higher the price, the larger the quantity supplied.
If the price is high, demand will exceed supply.

Question 5:


Suppose that an increase in the price of good Y results in an increase in the demand for good X. This phenomenon is an example of which effect in economics?
The substitution effect
The demand effect.
The income effect
The supply effect

Question 6:


Having in mind the demand and supply laws, what will happen to the equilibrium of price and quantity of automobiles if wages of workers manufacturing them increase?
Price will decrease; quantity will increase.
Price will increase; quantity will decrease.
Price will increase; quantity will increase
Price will decrease; quantity will decrease

Question 7:


Elasticity is a term in economics which refers to the proportional change in two variables related to each other. For example, if you earn $80,000 a year and use cable TV service that costs you $100 per year, your demand for the cable service is likely to be what?
Inelastic
Elastic
Perfectly inelastic
Perfectly elastic

Question 8:


The phenomenon that leads individual consumers and producers to equilibrium with the market is defined by which term in economics?
The invisible hand
Government regulations
The price ceiling
The free-rider problem

Question 9:


An effective minimum price imposed by the government, called price floor in economics, is usually expected to result in what?
Surplus
Increased demand
Decreased supply
Shortage

 


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