UGC NET September 2013: Question Papers with Answer Keys: Economics Paper II

Oct 16, 2013 04:20 IST

    University Grants Commission organized the National Eligibility Test (NET) on 08 September 2013 at various centers across the country. This year about eight lakh candidates had registered for the test and there were 79 coordinating universities to conduct the UGC NET September 2013.

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    Click here for UGC NET September 2013: Answer Keys: Economics Paper II

    UGC NET September 2013: Question Papers with Answer Keys: Economics Paper II has been arranged by the in order to make available the same to the candidates who could not appear the UGC NET September 2013 but preparing or aspiring for the same. It is also useful for State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) of different states.

    1. Marginal Cost is less than the Average Cost when Average Cost falls with

    (A) An increase in output
    (B) A decrease in output
    (C) Constant output
    (D) No change in output

    2. The pure monopolist obtains equilibrium level of output when

    (A) Marginal Revenue = Marginal Cost
    (B) Price = Marginal Cost
    (C) Price is the lowest
    (D) Price is the highest

    3. The transformation curve is derived from the

    (A) Consumption Curve
    (B) Utility Possibility Curve
    (C) Social Welfare Function
    (D) Production Contract Curve

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