econ3116 final exam session 2 2006

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'The University of New South Wales School of Economics Final Examination November 2006 Econ 3116 International Economics Time allowed: Two (3) hours This paper is worth 60% of the total course mark Total number of questions: Six (6). This exam consists of Part A and Part B. In Part A, answer one (1) question. In Part B, Answer three (3) questions. Indicate, on the space provided on the front of the answer book, the question number attempted. All questions are of equal value. No examination aids are allowed. Answers must be written in ink. Except where they are expressly required, pencils may be used for drawing, sketching or graphical work. This paper may be retained by the student. ):
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PART A Answer only one question Question 1 In some countries relative supply may be unresponsive to changes in relative price. For example, iffactors of production were completely immobile between sectors, the production possibility frontier would be right- angled, and output of two goods would not depend on their relative prices.
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