Introduction to Positive Economics MCQs 246 to 250

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Introduction to Positive Economics MCQs

  1. Which one of the following theories of trade cycle was propounded by W.S. Jevons?
  2. What was the nationality of Frederic List?
  3. “The purchasing Power Parity Theory” came into prominence in 1916 through the writings of:
  4. The input-output analysis owes its origin and development to
  5. Who wrote “An introduction to Positive Economics”?

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Economics 246-250

Which one of the following theories of trade cycle was propounded by W.S. Jevons?

What was the nationality of Frederic List?

The input-output analysis owes its origin and development to

Who wrote “An introduction to Positive Economics”?

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