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The Law of Supply

The Law of Supply

The law of supply or supply hypothesis gives us the relationship between price and quantity supply of the commodity. It ...
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Theory of Supply

Theory of Supply

Meaning of Supply Supply in economics refers to the quantity of a commodity offered for sale at various prices during ...
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Monetary Policy Formulation in Nepal

Monetary Policy Formulation in Nepal

Economy of Nepal Nepal’s per capita income is $1085 according to the Economic Survey of 2019/20. Geologically, Nepal is a ...
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Types of Demand Function

Types of Demand Function

A function shows the relationship between two or more variables known as dependent and independent variables. In a given market ...
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Movement and Shift in Demand Curve

Movement and Shift in Demand Curve

One of the fundamental concepts of economics, the law of demand states that there is an inverse relationship between the ...
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Exceptions to Law of Demand

Exceptions of Law of Demand

The Law of demand shows the opposite relationship between price and quantity demanded a commodity. But, such relation does not ...
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Individual and Market Demand Curve

Individual and Market Demand Curve

Meaning of Demand Curve The demand curve shows the demand for a commodity at varying prices at a given time ...
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Individual and Market Demand Schedule

Individual and Market Demand Schedule

Meaning of Demand Schedule The demand schedule refers to a table that exhibits the association stuck between the price of ...
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Law of Demand

Law of Demand

The law of demand was developed by the famous Neo-classical economist Alfred Marshall in this book ‘Principle of Economics’ in ...
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Determinants of Demand

Determinants of Demand

The factors or components that influence the decision of households to purchase a commodity are the determinants of demand. If ...
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Types of Goods

Types of Goods

There are different types of goods that we are enjoying in our daily life. The brief description of different types ...
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Difference between Goods and Services/Goods versus Services

Goods versus Services

Meaning of Goods In general language, goods are those things which are touchable and saleable. But in economic language, along ...
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Factors of Production

Factors of Production

Introduction to Factors of Production Factors of production refer to those goods and services, which are required to produce other ...
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The Ease of Business Doing Index and Nepal

The Ease of Business Doing Index and Nepal

The Doing Business Report is originally the product of Simeon Djankov and a team published in 2002. After the publication ...
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Monetary Policy of Nepal 2020- Highlights

Monetary Policy of Nepal 2020- Highlights

Introduction of Monetary Policy and its Formulation in Nepal The article aims to present the highlights of the Monetary Policy ...
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Analysis of Liquidity Ratios

Analysis of Liquidity Ratios

Those ratios are considered as liquidity ratios that measure the liquidity position and short-term solvency-indicating the company’s ability to meet ...
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Financial Ratio Analysis

Financial Ratio Analysis

Meaning of Financial Ratio and Financial Ratio Analysis Financial ratios are routinely expressed measures to describe the significant relationship that ...
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Status and Trend of Poverty in Nepal

Status and Trend of Poverty in Nepal

Understanding Poverty Poverty is a multidimensional, most challenging, and complex issue in the world. It is a problem of economic ...
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Comparison between Deductive and Inductive Method

Comparison between Deductive and Inductive Method

Introduction to Induction and Deduction There are two methods of reasoning as the deductive method and the inductive method. Both ...
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simon’s-theory-of-satisficing

Simon’s Theory of Satisficing

Herbert Alexander Simon one of the pioneers of behavioral theory dissatisfied with the profit-maximizing model and gave his own model ...
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Sales Revenue Maximization Model/Baumol’s Model to Theory of the Firm

Sales Revenue Maximization Model/Baumol’s Model to Theory of the Firm

Introduction William J. Baumol confronted the assumption of profit maximization and argued that maximization of sales rather than profit is ...
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The Inductive Method

The Inductive Method

The inductive method refers to the process of reasoning from part to the whole, from specific to general, from narrow ...
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Indicators/Parameters of Economic Development

Indicators/Parameters of Economic Development

Economic development is a multidimensional process. It is a dynamic process of change. Economic development is a positive change whereby ...
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Quality of Life: New Paradigm of Development

Quality of Life: New Paradigm of Development

In recent years, development economists have stopped concentrating on national income only. They have started emphasizing on the quality and ...
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The Deductive Method

The Deductive Method

Methods of Analysis Economic laws or generalization states the relationship between economic variables. Economic theory provides an explanation of the ...
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Methodological Issues in Economics

Methodological Issues in Economics

Meaning of Methodology in Economics Every science follows certain methods for the formulation of its laws, principles, and theories. Since ...
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Process and Techniques of Financial Statement Analysis

Process and Techniques of Financial Statement Analysis

Financial statement analysis is a technique of answering various questions regarding the performance of a firm in the past, present, ...
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Financial Statements and Reports

Financial Statements and Reports

Financial statements and reports present the position of a firm in terms of monetary value at a particular point in ...
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