The outward shift of the frontier from AC to BC could arise from a a decrease

The outward shift of the frontier from ac to bc could

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17. The outward shift of the frontier from AC to BC could arise from(**)a.a decrease in the level of unemployment.b.technological progress that affects good X production and good Y production equally.c.an improvement in labour productivity only in the industry producing good X. d.an improvement in labour productivity only in the industry producing good Y.e.a reallocation of resources from X production to Y production.18. A shift in the production possibility frontier would be caused by all but one of the following. Which one of the following events would not cause a shift?(**)ACBFDEGood XGood Y
Chapter 2: A closer look at the economic problem19. Which of the following will bring about an inward shift of the production possibility frontier?(**)20. Which of the following is likely to bring about an outward shift of a country’s production possibility frontier? (**)21. If the subsistence level of per capita consumption in Lesotho is shown by the line AA, then(***)a.Lesotho can choose any combination of capital goods and consumption goods on the frontier, without pushing current consumption below the subsistence level.b.0A represents the maximum level of capital good production per capita that can be achieved without pushing current consumption below the subsistence level.c.0b represents the maximum level of capital good production per capita that can be achieved without pushing current consumption below the subsistence level.d.0c represents the maximum level of capital good production per capita that can be achieved without pushing current consumption below the subsistence level.

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