MCQs4All - Economics MCQs for NTS, FPSC, CSS, IELTS, TOEFL

  1. really don’t disagree at all It just appears that they disagree.
  2. disagree because they have different values.
  3. none of these answers.
  4. disagree because they have different scientific judgments.
  1. assured destruction capability
  2. very large number of troops
  3. trust in U.S allies
  4. a spirit of peace in the world
  1. informal norms
  2. formal norms enforced by the state
  3. casual folkways
  4. less important than folkways
  1. the migration of serfs to the town
  2. - factory competition with handicraft and manorial production
  3. I- expanded transport trade, discovery and new international markets
  4. - the rise of the business corporation
  5. I and II only
  6. II and III only
  1. split ticket voting
  2. huge political gaffes
  3. loss of direct contact with the electorate
  4. running the wrong candidates
  1. cannot occur
  2. has not been positively sanctioned in any society
  3. reflects the norms and values of Pakistan society
  4. is considered a sin by all religions of the world

Economics MCQs for NTS, FPSC, CSS, PPSC, PMS, UTS, FTS, OTS, Economy, Finance, Accounting, MBA, BBA of past papers

  1. Firms face a perfectly elastic demand curve
  2. All products are homogeneous
  3. Firms make normal profits in the long run
  4. There are barriers to entry to prevent entry
  1. controlled inquiry
  2. relationships among variables
  3. consideration of independent and dependent variables
  4. all of the above
  1. estate systems in feudal Europe
  2. industrial societies like the United States
  3. occupationally-based caste systems as in pre-modern India
  4. A and C only
  1. a means tested cash benefit
  2. a universal (social insurance based) benefit
  3. a benefit in kind
  4. none of the above
  1. 7.1 persons
  2. 11 persons
  3. 13 persons
  4. 14 persons
  1. as prices rise, demand decrease
  2. as prices fall, quantity demanded increase
  3. as prices fall demand increases
  4. as prices rise, quantity demanded increases