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MCQ's part-16
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This lesson explains the MCQ's of Public Economics for NTA NET.

Tanya Bhatia is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Tanya Bhatia
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buyers pe jyada effect pdega becoz seller apni commodities ke rates increase kr dete hai or apne tax ko consumer se receive kr lete h..ultimately buyers ko jyada effect pdega
buyer more than sellers yadi back ward hota to sellers per jayada effect pta Kyo ki fore ward ka mtlb hua age ki or shift krna is conditions me buyer pr tax JYADA hota he
4th option is correct. Forward shifted tax will affect buyers more than sellers . Whereas backward shifted tax will affect sellers more than buyers.
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buyers more than sellers
  1. Public Economics 30 Expected MCQ's for NTA NET

  2. Q1-Income tax is generally based on- 1. Benefit Received Principle 2. Ability to Pay Principle 3. Willingness to pay Principle 4. None of the Above

  3. Q2-Which method can help in obtaining a welfare improvememt ifE ? Xternalities exist: 1. Regulation 2. Assigning Property Rights and Permitting Bargaining 3. Pigovian Taxes 4. All of the Above

  4. Q3-Satuatory incidence of a tax deals with- 1. 2. 3. The person legally responsible for paying the tax The amount of revenue left over after taxes The amount of taxes paid after accounting for inflation The amount of tax revenue generated after a tax is levied 4.

  5. Q4-Maximum social advantage is acheived when- 1. 2. 3. 4. Total Social Sacrifice-Total Sactifice Benefits Marginal Social Sacrifice-Marginal Social Benefits Net Social Sacrifice-Net Social Benefits Average Social Sacrifice-Average Social Benefits

  6. Q5-Fiscal deficit as on 1 Feb 2017-18? 1.3.3 2.3.5 3.3.4 4.3.2

  7. Q6-Primary Deficit as on 1 Feb 2018 for Union Budget 2018-19?

  8. Q7-The case For progressive tax rates rests on- 1. Benefits Received 2. Cost of Service 3.Ability to Pay 4. None of the Above

  9. Q8-Primary Deficit is measured by- 1. Fiscal Deficit-Interest payments 2. Budget Deficit-Interest payments 3. Budget deficit+total Borrowings 4. Total Revenue Exp-Total Revenue Receipts

  10. Q9-A forward-Shifted tax will affect: 1. Buyers and Sellers Equally 2. Sellers more than Buyers 3. Government revenue Negatively 4. Buyers more than Sellers

  11. Q11- Public Goods are- 1. Non rival and Excludable 2. Non rival and non excludable 3. Rival and Excludable 4. Rival and Non Excludable