tbch05 - Chapter 5: The Standard Trade Model 1. The concept...

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Chapter 5: The Standard Trade Model 1. The concept “terms of trade” means A. the amount of exports sold by a country. B. the price conditions bargained for in international markets. C. the price of a country's exports divided by the price of its imports. D. the quantities of imports received in free trade. E. None of the above. Answer: C 2. A country cannot produce a mix of products with a higher value than where A. the isovalue line intersects the production possibility frontier. B. the isovalue line is tangent to the production possibility frontier. C. the isovalue line is above the production possibility frontier. D. the isovalue line is below the production possibility frontier. E. the isovalue line is tangent with the indifference curve. Answer: B 3. Tastes of individuals are represented by A. the production possibility frontier. B. the isovalue line. C. the indifference curve. D. the production function. E. None of the above. Answer: C 4. If P C / P F were to increase in the international marketplace, then A. all countries would be better off. B. the terms of trade of cloth exporters improve. C. the terms of trade of food exporters improve. D. the terms of trade of all countries improve. E. None of the above Answer: B 5. If P C / P F were to increase, A. the cloth exporter would increase the quantity of cloth exports. B. the cloth exporter would increase the quantity of cloth produced. C. the food exporter would increase the quantity of food exports. D. Both A and C. E. None of the above. Answer: B 56
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6. If P C / P F were to increase, A. world relative quantity of cloth supplied and demanded increases. B. world relative quantity of cloth supplied and demanded decreases. C. world relative quantity of cloth supplied increases. . D. world relative quantity of cloth demanded decreases . E. None of the above. Answer: C 7. When the production possibility frontier shifts out relatively more in one direction, we have A. biased growth. B. unbiased growth. C. immiserizing growth. D. balanced growth. E. imbalanced growth. Answer: A 8. Export-biased growth in Country H will A. improve the terms of trade of Country H. B. trigger anti-bias regulations of the WTO. C. worsen the terms of trade of Country F (the trade partner). D. improve the terms of trade of Country F. E. decrease economic welfare in Country H. Answer: D 9. Immiserizing growth is A. likely to occur if the exporting country is poor. B. likely to occur if the exporting country is rich. C. likely to occur when terms of trade change. D. likely to occur if relative supplies are elastic. E. None of the above. Answer: E 10. If the U.S. Agency for International Development transfers funds to poor countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, this must A. worsen the U.S. terms of trade. B.
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course ECONOMICS 120 taught by Professor Dr.mohamed during the Spring '11 term at Faculty of English Commerce Ain Shams University.

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