Class 12 Economics Class 12 Economics

Class 12 Economics

Part A: Microeconomics

Unit 1: Elasticity and its Measurement- 10 teaching hours

Review of Demand and Supply
---Law of Demand
---Law of supply
ELASTICITY
Elasticity of Demand
Price elasticity of demand
Income elasticity of demand
Cross elasticity of demand
Determinants or factors affecting the elasticity of demand
Measurement of elasticity of demand
---Total outlay method
---Point method of measuring the elasticity of Demand
Elasticity of supply

Unit 2: Theory of Consumer Behavior- 13 teaching hours

Concept and approach of utility
Cardinal utility
Concept of total utility
Concept of Average Utility
Concept of marginal utility
Relationship Between Total Utility and Marginal Utility
Law of diminishing marginal utility
Law of substitution
Consumer’s surplus

Unit 3: Theory of Production- 10 teaching hours

Production Function
Types of the production function
Concept of total product (TP) Average product (AP) and Marginal Product (MP)
Relationship between AP and MP
Law of variable proportion
Law of returns to scale (Using traditional Method)
Isoquant
Isoquant map
Law of returns to scale using isoquant

Unit 4: Market, Revenue and Cost curves- 15 teaching hours

Concept of Market
Classification of market
---- Perfect competition
---- Monopoly
---- Imperfect competition

Revenue and Revenue Curves
Derivation of TR, AR, and MR under perfect competition
Derivation of TR, AR, and MR under Monopoly or Imperfect Competition
Cost and Cost curves
Difference between fixed cost and variable cost
Derivation of short-run cost curves
Derivation of short-run average cost curves
Why is the short-run average cost curve (SAC) ‘U’ shaped?
Relationship between ATC and AVC
Marginal cost (MC)
Relationship between AC and MC
Derivation of long-run cost curves
Relationship between LAC and LMC

Unit 5: Theory of Price and Output Determination- 12 teaching hours

Difference between Money Market and Capital Market

Unit 11: Government Finance - 20 teaching hours

Concept and Importance of Government Finance
Government Expenditure: Importance and Classification ( With Reference to Nepal)
Government Revenue: Tax and Non-Tax Sources; Direct and Indirect tax; Concept of Progressive, Proportional and Regressive and Digressive Tax
Characteristics of Good Tax System and sources of Taxes in Nepal
Government Borrowing
Government Budget
Budget Formulation Process

Unit 12: International Trade - 18 teaching hours

Concept and Importance of International Trade
Balance of trade; Surplus, deficit, and balance
Concept and Importance of Balance of Payment
Difference between Balance of trade and Balance of payment