Answer to theory
Money is any good that is widely used and accepted intransactions involvingthe transfer of good sand services from one person to another
Motives for holding Money- :
Transactionmotives:To makepayments orpurchases
ii.) Precautionarymotives: To meet unforseen contingencies
iii.) Speculative motives :
It being the safest assetin wealth portfolio.
Other assests possess uncertainty and no liquidity.
8a) a market is anarrangement in whichtwo or more pple are bought together for τ̲̅ђe purpose of business transaction
eg throughtelephone,telex,gsm,fax etc
8b) features ofmonopoly= no fixedprice, τ̲̅ђey re morebuyers, existence of only one firm eg PHCN
i) natural monopoly- some countries are endowed with argircultural andmineral resources danothers maing demmonopolistic overothers
ii) merger- a group offirm which producessimilar products mayjoin to form a singlebody to drive awaycompetitiors
iii)govt policy- through govt policy, certain essential services aresupplied via a single source eg electricity supplied by only PHCN.
ECONOMICS THEORY QUESTIONS1.
The table below show expected revenue from budget.Item amount($)rent,royalties&profit75.0 company income100.00
Table 2 projected revenue item amountgen admin 220.10maitance of foriengmision 50.00transfer
3.non taxsouces determine total
2.recurent expenditureDetermine wether budget is a surplus ordeficit
Que. Explain the folowing factors that affect d demand for acomodity
a.adecrease in price of acomplement
;b.an increase inconsumer disposablincome [ReceivingText]law as a theory ofintertional trade
Que5., define money
b.state 3 motives forholding money
.C.mention twodeterminants of each of the motives for holding money
8.define market ineconomics
b.state any 3 features of a monopoly
c.outline any 3 sourcesof monopoly power
(3a) define mobility oflabour?
(3b) factors of declinemobility of labour
.(6a) what is taxation?
(6b) explain the variousprinciple of taxation.
(7) what are the rolesof central banks in acountry?
(9a)what are the rolesof ecowas.
(9b) what are theproblems of ecowas.