Question QFB1 : At a functional level and from a purely physical viewpoint, the biosphere is characterized by a continuous ______________ of matter and energy
Question QFB2 : Material ______________ is essential for the growth and revitalization of all the subsystems of the biosphere, including the human economy subsystem.
Question QFB3 : The human economy is perceived as a ______________ of biosphere
Question QFB4 : The biosphere taken in its entirety is regarded as a ______________ system with respect to matter.
Question QFB5 : ______________ is a branch of science that systematically studies the relationships between living organisms and the physical and chemical environment in which they live
Question QFB6 : A ______________ resource is one which, when offered to people at no cost, more would be wanted (demanded) than is available (supplied).
Question QFB7 : At ______________ price, the quantity demanded of a free good is smaller than the quantity supplied, creating a surplus.
Question QFB8 : Oxygen may be treated as a ______________ good
Question QFB9 : in the absence of ______________, no difficult choices would need to be made and hence no opportunity cost, no prices would need to be attached to anything, and the study of economics would be rendered entirely unnecessary
Question QFB10 : The most implication of scarcity is the need to make ______________ ?
Question QFB11 : An economic choice always entails sacrifice or ______________ cost.
Question QFB12 : ______________ is when resources are fully utilized (full employment) and used for what they are best suited in terms of production (i.e., there is no misallocation of resources)
Question QFB13 : In the presence of scarcity, the allocation and distribution of resources always cause ______________ ?
Question QFB14 : The rationing devise for resource allocation and distribution may be based on either the central (government) distribution system or the ______________ system.
Question QFB15 : Rationing through government intervention uses various non ______________ factors as rationing instruments..
Question QFB16 : ______________ are the final users of goods and services and the owners of resources
Question QFB17 : At least in principle, consumersâ€™ ______________ is the primary of a market oriented economy
Question QFB18 : ______________ represent an institutional arena in which exchanges (buying and selling) of final goods and services and factors of production (labour, capital and natural resources) take place.
Question QFB19 : In both the product and the factor markets, information about resource scarcity is transmitted through ______________.
Question QFB20 : Economists customarily measure aggregate economic performance of a given economy or a country by the total market value of all the goods and services produced for final use within a given period, usually a year. This is called ______________?
Answer: gross domestic product
Question QFB21 : In broad terms, ______________ can be defined as anything that is directly or indirectly capable of satisfying human wants.
Question QFB22 : ______________ encompasses the productive capacity of human physical and/or mental efforts, measured in terms of ability to work or produce goods and services.
Question QFB23 : ______________ is the stock of produced items available not for direct consumption, but for further production process.
Question QFB24 : Traditionally the economic notion of resources classify resources into ______________ broad categories
Question QFB25 : resources are said to be ______________ if they are replaced by natural processes at a rate comparable or faster than their rate of consumption by humans
Question QFB26 : ______________ is the quantity of a commodity buyer wish to purchase at each conceivable price
Question QFB27 : ______________ is satisfaction derived from the consumption of a commodity
Question QFB28 : When lower price induces the consumer to buy more of the good with the lower price and less of the relatively high-priced substitutes is called ______________ effect
Question QFB29 : ______________ demand is the sum of individually demanded quantities at the various prices
Question QFB30 : A shift of the demand curve to the right indicates an ______________ in demand
Question QFB31 : ______________ in quantity demanded occurs as a movement downwards on a demand curve when price falls and other determinants of demand remain constant
Question QFB32 : Market supply is the ______________ summation of individual firmsâ€™ supply curves.
Question QFB33 : When goods are ______________ there is an inverse relationship between the price of one and the demand for the other
Question QFB34 : ______________ goods are goods in which more income lead to an increase in demand and less income leads to decrease in demand
Question QFB35 : The law of demand can be explained by ______________ marginal utility.
Question QMC1 : The classical and neo-classical economists underestimated the environmental issues of production and consumption, since they considered these as ———–?
Question QMC2 : Environmental economics as a branch of economics can be traced to the ——-?
Question QMC3 : ——— is concerned with the analysis of the impact of the economy on the environment, the significance of the environment to the economy and appropriate way of regulating economic activity so that balance is achieved among environmental, economic and other social objectives?
Question QMC4 : The atmosphere contains life-supporting gasses for plants and animals except ———–?
Question QMC5 : A field of study that deals with weather and climate change which have profound influence on other spheres of the environment is called ————–?
Question QMC6 : The structure of the environment can be described in terms of its interdependent components except?
Question QMC7 : The atmosphere reaches ——– kilometre from the surface of the earth?
Question QMC8 : The layer which protects human, plants and other animals from hazardous radiation from the sun is called ————–?
Question QMC9 : The water environment is called ————-?
Question QMC10 : The water environment constitutes —————- of the planet Earth?
Question QMC11 : Land environment comprises of —————- components?
Question QMC12 : Another name for the biological environment is ———– ?
Question QMC13 : ——— is the global ecological system integrating all living beings and their interactions among each other and between living things and the other components of the natural environment?
Question QMC14 : There are ——– ways in which the biological environment is linked to other components of the natural environment.
Question QMC15 : ——– is that part of the environment that is made or modified by humans for use in human activities?
Question QMC16 : ——— refers to the combined structure involving human to human interactions?
Question QMC17 : ——- refers to relationships or bonds between group of individuals in a society?
Question QMC18 : The ————— could be defined as physical, chemical, and biological surroundings that comprise the Earthâ€™s endowment of life-support systems.?
Question QMC19 : ———— consists of all the production and consumption activities of human beings?
Question QMC20 : The relationship between human economy and natural environment can be explained in the form of a ——————–?
Question QMC21 : Family members, community, friendship networks, voluntary organizations who interact in an intimate basis and enforce socially acceptance values belong to —————– group structure
Question QMC22 : The ————– influence the way human interact with the environment?
Question QMC23 : The by-products of an economic reconfiguration process is referred to as ——— ?
Question QMC24 : The ———– says that matter is neither created nor destroyed in chemical reactions, although it may be transformed from one form to another
Question QMC25 : The natural system has assimilative capacity and this is sometimes called a ________?
Question QMC26 : The impact of the transformation of material inputs and energy into output is subject to several changes in the ————- ?
Question QMC27 : The law of conservation of matter and energy is often referred ———— ?
Question QMC28 : The law of entropy is also called ——— ?
Question QMC29 : When one form of energy is transformed into another (say for example, when the thermal energy of coal is converted into electrical energy) there is —— of energy
Question QMC30 : When materials and energy are highly structured and organized, entropy will be ——– ?
Question QMC31 : The ———- law of thermodynamics says that as long as there is utilization of material inputs and energy for production and consumption activities, the level of entropy will be high?
Question QMC32 : In the name of economic activity the environmental resources are transformed into ———- goods?
Question QMC33 : An ——– to the study of economy, ecology, and environment is essential
Question QMC34 : ———– is usually considered as the measure of unavailability of the benefits of energy or simply wastes
Question QMC35 : Environmental resources of the biosphere are finite. Hence, environmental resources are ———– in absolute terms