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Business Ethics MGT610:
1. Economic freedom index (3)
2. Social Drawinism (3)
3. Difference between Classical and Rule utilitranism (3)
4. Principle of Diminishing Marginal Utility (5)
5. Two natural rights (5)
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Q :Demand curve download slopping in perfect competition.? Marks 3
A perfectly competitive firm produces a minuscule proportion of the total industry output. Thus, although the market demand curve is downward sloping, the demand curve from the perspective of the individual firm is perfectly elastic (horizontal). A perfectly competitive firm can sell as much as it wants at an unchanged price. A perfectly competitive firm has no market power, and is said to be a price taker.
Q: Presently Countries are classified as Free, Mostly Free, Mostly Unfree and repressed. Which are the determining factors of this classification? (Marks 3)
Determining factors include: trade policy, the fiscal burden of the government, the extent and nature of government intervention in the economy, monetary policy, capital flows and investment, banking and financial activities, wage and price levels, property rights, other government regulation, and informal market activities. Over time, more and more countries have moved toward greater economic freedom. Countries ranking highest on this index tend to enjoy both the highest standards of living as well as the greatest degree of political freedom.
Q Define egalitarian view for property and economy ?Marks 3
Q : ricardo's assumption ?? 5 marks
Q :explain two natural rights of free market? Marks 5
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Briefly describe two natural rights that free market systems preserve.5
The principle of increasing marginal utility costs states that after a certain point, each additional item the seller produces costs him more to produce than earlier items. Why? Explain with an example. 5
Despite the attractiveness of Kant's theory, critics have argued that, like utilitarianism, it has its limitations and inadequacies. Briefly describe the criticism on Kant’s theory.3
Traits of a morally good human being 3
Marginal diminishing utility
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