Introduction to Micro and Macro Economics
Elasticity of Demand
Forms of Market
Public Finance in India
Money Market and Capital Market in India
Foreign Trade of India
Introduction to Micro Economics
- Introduction and Features of Micro Economics
- Analysis of Market Structure
- Importance of Micro Economics
- Micro Economics - Slicing Method
- Use of Marginalism Principle in Micro Economics
- Micro Economics - Price Theory
- Micro Economic - Price Determination
- Micro Economics - Working of a Free Market Economy
- Micro Economics - International Trade and Public Finance
- Basis of Welfare Economics
- Micro Economics - Useful to Government
- Assumption of Micro Economic Analysis
- Meaning of Micro and Macro Economics
Analysis of Demand and Elasticity of Demand
Analysis of Supply
Types of Market and Price Determination Under Perfect Competition
Factors of Production
Introduction to Macro Economics
Determinants of Aggregates
- Introduction of Public Economics
- Features of Public Economics
- Meaning of Government Budget
- Objectives of Government Budget
- Features of Government Budget
- Public Economics - Budget (1 Year)(1 April to 31 March)
- Types of Budget
- Taxable Income
- Budgetary Accounting in India
- Budgetary Accounting - Consolidated , Contingency and Public Fund
- Components of Budget
- Factor Influencing Government Budget
Choose the correct option:
Statements related to limitations of index numbers.
a) Index numbers are not completely reliable.
b) There may be a bias in the data collected.
c) Every formula has some kind of defect.
d) Index numbers ignore changes in the qualities of products.
State with reason whether you agree or disagree with the following statement:
Index numbers are free from limitations.