Write a note on the circular flow of income in a two-sector economy?

06th April 2011
CIRCULAR FLOW OF INCOME IN A TWO-SECTOR ECONOMY: *INTRODUCTION: ~ The two sector model is highly simplified models with only two sector-i.e. households and firms. ~ It illustrates the circular flow of income between these two sectors. *ASSUMPTIONS: i... Read >

Explain the circular flow of income with the inclusion of the financial sector.

06th April 2011
*INTRODUCTION: ~ The three sector model is actually an extension of the two-sector model. ~ Apart from households and business firms, it includes the financial sector on account of the savings and investments made by households and firms. ~ Thus, the ... Read >

Explain the circular flow of income in an open economy?

06th April 2011
Circular Flow of income in an open economy *INTRODUCTION: ~ The open economy consists of five sectors. ~ These comprise of households, business firms, financial sector, government sector and foreign sector. ~ The inclusion of foreign sector indicates ... Read >


29th March 2011
CH-1 INTRODUCTION TO MACRO-ECONOMICS: NATURE AND SCOPE. Q1: What is micro-economics? Bring out its significance and limitations? ANS: *INTRODUCTION:- ~ Economics is the study of allocation of scarce resources among competing ends which have alternative... Read >


28th March 2011
• INTRODUCTION : "The balance of payment of a country is systematic record of all economic transactions between the residents of the reporting country and the residents of foreign countries during a given period of time " The term ‘residents’ includes i... Read >

Evaluate RBI’s Monetary Policy.

28th March 2011
Evaluation of RBI’S Monetary Policy. *INTRODUCTION: ~The RBI is the central bank of India and it enjoys the apex position in the country’s monetary and banking structure. ~It influences the country’s financial markets through its Monetary policy. ~Ove... Read >


23rd March 2011
CH 22: RBI’s INTERVENTION AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATE MANAGEMENT Q1: Discuss RBI’s Intervention and foreign exchange rate management in India. Ans: * INTRODUCTION: ~ India has undertaken various changes regard to its exchange rate management system. ~ T... Read >


23rd March 2011
Q1. Write a note on concepts of deficits and their trends. Ans . CONCEPTS OF DEFICITS: • INTRODUCTION : A public budget is a systematic estimate of government’s revenue and expenditure for a period of one year. It shows the planned expenditure of the g... Read >

Discuss the objectives, principles and functions of the world trade organizations.

23rd March 2011
WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION (WTO)- • INTRODUCTION The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) regulated the world trade since 1947. On 1st January 1995 in its Uruguay Round (GATT 8th round ), it was transformed into World Trade Organisation (WTO) to... Read >

Write a note on World Trade Organisation Agreements.

23rd March 2011
World Trade Organisation AGREEMENTS: • INTRODUCTION : The world Trade organization was established on 1st January, 1995 as a permanent body to deal with all the major aspects of international trade. In fact, it is defined as the legal and institutional... Read >

Examine the impact of the World Trade Organisation on the Indian economy.

23rd March 2011
IMPACT OF THE World Trade Organisation ON THE INDIAN ECONOMY • INTRODUCTION : The World Trade organization was established to deal with all the major aspects of international trade and it had far reaching effects not only on India’s foreign trade but al... Read >


22nd March 2011
Q.1 EXPLAIN THE VARIOUS GAINS FROM INTERNATIONAL TRADE. ANS. GAINS FROM INTERNATIONAL TRADE • INTRODUCTION : At present, all the countries of the world are open and interdependent. They enjoy the benefits arising out of international trade. Internatio... Read >


22nd March 2011
Q.1. discuss the types of public debt ans – types of public debt • INTRODUCTION: Public debt refers to the borrowings of the Government from individuals, banks, financial institutions, organizations and foreign countries. When the public expenditure e... Read >

Write a note on the assets and liabilities of a commercial bank .

18th March 2011
Assets And Liabilities of a Commercial Bank. • Introduction : A commercial bank deals in the business of banking i.e. accepting money from the public for the purpose of lending with a view to make profits. Thus, they play a pivotal role as a financial ... Read >

Which factors determine the profitability and liquidity of banks?

17th March 2011
• INTRODUCTION : A commercial bank is a business entity that deals in banking with a view to make profits. Every commercial bank aims to make profits in such a way that it does not compromise on its objective of liquidity, which is vital for its own sec... Read >
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