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  • A. increase the transfer of technology between nations
  • B. make it harder to nations to foster activities of comparative advantage
  • C. always enjoy political harmony in nati
  • D.

  • A. the demand curve for accountants to shift to the right, since the productivity of accountants has i
  • B. firms to move up their demand curves for accountants
  • C. t
  • D.

  • A. decrease in the demand for unskilled workers because of increases in technology and increases in in
  • B. increase in the number of unskilled workers available
  • C.
  • D.

  • A. decrease in the demand for unskilled workers because of increases in technology and increases in in
  • B. increase in the number of unskilled workers available
  • C.
  • D.

  • A. variable, technology
  • B. fixed, expectations
  • C. fixed, rental rate of capital
  • D. variable, interest rates

  • A. variable, technology
  • B. fixed, expectations
  • C. fixed, rental rate of capital
  • D. variable, interest rates

  • A. wage differentials, skill levels
  • B. technology, the ease of factor substitution
  • C. government grants, international competition
  • D. patents, skill shortages

  • A. by allocating tradable technology permits to high technology industry.
  • B. to internalize the positive externality associated with technology-enhancing industries.
  • C. to
  • D.

  • A. a positive externality
  • B. a technology spillover
  • C. an efficient market outcome.
  • D.a negative externality

  • A. national product
  • B. capital
  • C. natural resources
  • D. prevailing technology

  • A. a renewable natural resource
  • B. physical capital
  • C. technology
  • D.a non-renewable natural resource

  • A. labor
  • B. physical capital/worker
  • C. human capital/worker
  • D. natural resources/worker

  • A. maximum capital absorption
  • B. factor price distortions
  • C. engineering mentality
  • D. intermediate technology

  • A. Solow residual
  • B. productivity paradox
  • C. technological followership
  • D. Stieglitz discrepancies

  • A. the impact of oil prices on car production
  • B. The impact of money on inflation
  • C. The impact of technology on economics growth
  • D. The impact of the deficit on sav

  • A. an advance in technology
  • B. an increase in the labor force
  • C. an increase in the capital stock
  • D.a reduction in unemployment

  • A. monetary growth
  • B. better technology
  • C. more capital
  • D. higher labor supply

  • A. demand of world markets for such crops
  • B. lack of modern agricultural technology
  • C. inadequate supply of water and other natural resources
  • D. peasant ownership of

  • A. Khalid Maqbool Sidiqui
  • B. Ghulam Sarwar Khan
  • C. Fawad Chaudry
  • D. Shafqat Mahmood

  • A. Technology
  • B. Advanced knowledge
  • C. Both
  • D. None

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