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Note for Engineering Economics - EE by shweta sharma

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www.Vidyarthiplus.com Table of Contents CHAPTER CONTENTS 1 BASIC ECONOMICS 1.1 Definition of economics 1 1.2 Nature and scope of economic science 3 1.3 Nature and scope of managerial economics 5 1.4 Basic terms and concepts 7 1.5 Goods - utility - value - wealth 9 1.6 Factors of production 10 1.7 Land - its peculiarities 11 1.8 Economies of large and small scale 12 1.9 Consumption - wants - its characteristics and classification 13 1.10 Law of diminishing marginal utility 13 1.11 Relation between economic decision and technical decision. 2 PAGE NO 14 DEMAND AND SCHEDULE 2.1 Demand 23 2.2 Demand schedule 23 2.3 Demand curve 25 2.4 Law of demand 26 2.5 Elasticity of demand 27 2.6 Types of elasticity 28 2.7 Factors determining elasticity 29 2.8 Measurement - its significance 32 2.9 Supply - supply schedule 35 www.Vidyarthiplus.com

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www.Vidyarthiplus.com 2.10 Supply curve - law of supply 40 2.11 Elasticity of supply 42 2.12 time element in the determination of value 43 2.13 Market price and normal price 44 2.14 Perfect competition 45 2.15 Monopoly - monopolistic competition. 3 4 50 ORGANISATION 3.1 Forms of business 54 3.2 Proprietorship - partnership 54 3.3 Joint stock company 54 3.4 Cooperative organisation - state enterprise 55 3.5 Mixed economy 55 3.6 Money and banking 56 3.7 Commercial banks 56 3.8 Central banking functions 57 3.8 Control of credit 57 3.9 Monetary policy 59 3.10 Credit instrument. 62 FINANCING 4.1 Types of Loans 66 4.2 External Commercial Borrowings (Ecb) 67 4.3 International Finance Corporations. 68 4.4 Objectives of Funds Flow: 69 www.Vidyarthiplus.com

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www.Vidyarthiplus.com 4.5 Financial Statement Analysis 4.6 Long-Term Borrowing 4.7 Short-Term Borrowing: 4.8 Balance sheet: 4.9 Profit or Loss Account: 5 70 71 72 72 73 COST AND BREAK EVEN ANALYSES 5.1 Methods of Costing and Types of Costing 74 5.2 Cost out put relation 78 5.3 Short run Cost Output Relations 78 5.4 Long run Cost Output Relations 78 5.5 Full cost pricing 79 5.6 Marginal-cost pricing 79 5.7 Definition Of 'Bid Priceing' 80 5.8 Rate of return pricing. 80 5.9 Basics for Assessing Rate of Return. 81 5.10 Internal Rate Of Return - Irr 82 5.11 Net Present Value 83 5.12 Payback Method 84 5.13 Profitability Index 84 5.14 Net Present Value 84 5.15 Cost–benefit analysis 85 5.16 Feasibility report: 87 5.17 Technical feasibility. 88 5.18 Permanent settlement. www.Vidyarthiplus.com 88

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www.Vidyarthiplus.com 5.19 Economic feasibility study. 5.20 Economic Feasibility Analysis. 5.21 Break-even Analysis 89 90 90 5.22 Financial Feasibility Study 92 5.23 Break-Even Analysis Assumptions: 93 5.24 Managerial Uses of Break-Even Analysis: 93 www.Vidyarthiplus.com

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