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ECO403 Current Final Term Papers Spring 2011 (15 to 26 July 2011)

Current Spring 2011 Papers, July 2011 Papers, Final Term Spring 2011 Papers, Solved Papers, Solved Past Papers, Solved MCQs

Please Share your Current Papers Questions/Pattern here to help each other. Thanks



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Please Share your Current Papers Questions/Pattern here to help each other. Thanks

I also need previous final term papers of eco403

ECO403 Solved MCQs File 

See the attached file please

mujhy b chahye final term paper....  thnx for quiz sir

mera kal paper h



objective was from quizzes and past pprz also

-define inventory investment and residential investment 3 marks

-why price is sticky in short-run 3 marks

-find nominal interest i=r-pi    3marks

-ahmad purchases stocks of PIA worth 20000 rs on 2001. in 2003 he sell the stock at 25000   (2.5+2.5)

a. find nominal capital gain

b. if inflation is 20% find the real capital gain

-define borrowing constraint how occurs    5 marks

-discuss about random walk theory robert hall      5 marks

-draw Keynesian cross on planned expenditure with graph      5 marks

-impact of decrease in money supply on IS-LM frame work with graph     5 marks


Q1 to Q42) MCQS

Q 43) Differentiate between short run and long run (3)

Q 44) "Pension of the government workers is a liability for the government" How? (3)

Q45) what is the difference between life-cycle hypothesis and the Keynesian consumption functions? (3)

Q46) suppose two countries have identical constant return to scale production function and start with the same capital stock per worker. Both countries have a population growth rate of 2 percent and a depreciation rate of 10 percent. The saving rate, however difference in each country. Country A saves 20 percent of its income. While country B saves only 15 percent. Suppose that the population growth rate in country A increase to 5 percent. Which country will have the higher steady state level of capital per worker? (5)

Q47)In 1979, budget deficit was $20 billion government debt was $495 billion and inflation was 8%. By using this information calculate by how much amount the budget deficit was over started? What is the amount of surplus budget deficit? (5)

Q48) (A) Define Philips Curve. Also explain this curve with the help of diagram (5)
(B) Graphically show the impact of a decrease expected inflation on the Philips curve. (5)


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