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Question number: 60

» Environmental Economics » Theories of Exhaustible and Renewable Resources

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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Distinguish between Common Property Resources (CPR) and Private Property Resources (PPR). Explain how the linkage between the two is important in the context of environmental management.

Explanation

For resource management, it is important to know the institutional framework under which the resources are owned. This also relates to property rights.

  • The ownership pattern may be private, public, joint, common property and open access resources. In this way, a property on which well defined collective claims by an exclusive group are establ

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Question number: 61

» Industrial Economics » Market Structure

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Appeared in Year: 2010

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Explain Alfred Weber’s theory of industrial location.

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  • The basis of this theory is the study of general factors, which makes an industry to shift towards various different geographical regions. In this theory, Weber has taken into consideration factors that will decide the actual setting up of an industry in a particular area.

    • Weber’s Problems: Weber faced many serious problems. He wanted to fi

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Question number: 62

» Industrial Economics » Market Structure

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Appeared in Year: 2010

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Write a short note on entry barriers.

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Barriers to entry are the economic term describing the existence of high start-up costs or other obstacles that prevent the new competitors from entering an industry or area of business easily.

  • Barriers to entry will benefit existing firms because they protect their revenues and profits. Common barriers to entry include special tax benefits o

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Question number: 63

» Environmental Economics » Valuation Methods » Stated and Revealed Preference Methods

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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Explain the concepts of existence value and user value of environment.

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Existence values depicts the fact that individual will assign importance to the existence of natural beauty if though it may not be of any economic use to them.

  • The existence of forests, sea costs, parks, etc are of utmost importance to the individuals but they may never use it in their lifetime.

  • Non-use values Existence values

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Question number: 64

» Industrial Economics » Market Structure

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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Explain the theory of contestable markets? (2012)

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Contestable market theory is one of the economic concepts, which refer to a market in which there are only a few companies that because of the threat of entry of new firms, behave in a competitive manner.

  • It assumes that even in a monopoly or oligopoly, the existing companies will behave in a competitive manner when there is a lack of barrier

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Question number: 65

» Public Finance » Budgetary Deficits

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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Distinguish between Revenue deficit and Fiscal deficit.

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Revenue deficit is the gap between total revenue expenditure of the government and its total revenue receipts.

  • The traditional concept of revenue deficit seeks to capture the effect of the budget on the economy in medium term.

  • It gives the information on what the government is borrowing for.

  • The revenue deficit implies a repayment bur

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Question number: 66

» Industrial Economics » Market Structure

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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What is the Lerner’s index and what is its value for perfectly competitive markets?

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In perfect competition, price is equal to the marginal cost of the product at the equilibrium position. This equilibrium position ensures maximum social welfare or optimum allocation of resources.

  • When competition is less than pure or perfect, the demand curve faced by a firm will slope downward and marginal revenue curve will be lying below

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Question number: 67

» Public Finance » Theory of Public Debt Management

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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“The burden of present public debt is shifted to future generations. ” Examine this statement.

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A very important question which has created controversy in the recent years is whether the public debt imposes burden on the future generation.

  • The traditional argument is that burden of public debt is shifted to the future generation.

  • The future generation pays the interest and the principal.

  • It further states that taxes are used to

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Question number: 68

» State, Market and Planning » Indicative Planning

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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Distinguish between Imperative and Indicative planning.

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In imperative planning, the economic decisions are made through a central planning authority rather than the market economy. The decisions regarding what, how and for whom to produce are determined by the central authority in accordance with the pre-determined plans and targets.

  • The administrative control and regulation from the central planni

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Question number: 69

» Public Finance » Theory of Public Debt Management

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Write a short note on New Orthodoxy of public debt.

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James M. Buchanan in his Public Principle of Public Debt, he holds the view that the debt operations result in the shifting of burden from present to future generations.

  • He challenged the validity of Pigou’s thesis on the ground that the concept of burden should be interpreted in terms of individual attitudes towards their economic welfare an

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