2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]
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2022 WAEC GCE ECONOMICS OBJECTIVES (OBJ) ANSWERS | 3RD DECEMBER, 2022

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2022 WAEC GCE ECONOMICS OBJECTIVES QUESTIONS ANSWERS | 3RD DECEMBER, 2022

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]
 

2022 WAEC GCE ECONOMICS ESSAY (THEORY) ANSWERS | 3RD DECEMBER, 2022




(3a)
Production can be defined as any human activity that involves the creation of goods and the provision of services to satisfy human wants. It is a process that transforms factors of production or inputs (land, labour, capital, and entrepreneurship) into output of goods and services

(3b)
(i)Primary Production: This is the type of production that involves the tapping and harnessing of natural resources. It is concerned with the process of obtaining raw materials or resources in their natural form from the air, land, and water e.g. agriculture, mining, fishing, quarrying, etc.

(ii)Secondary Production: This type of production entails the processing of primary products or raw materials into finished or semi-finished products e.g. processed food, houses, roads, clothes, cars, furniture, paper milling, etc. It involves all stages that the good passes through after extraction to manufacturing

(iii)Tertiary Production: This is a type of production that is concerned with the provision of commercial and professional services to the people. The people involved in this aspect of production include those who render services e.g. teachers, doctors, hairdressers, soldiers, policemen, lawyers, musicians, etc. It also includes those who render commercial services like wholesalers, retailers, transporters, etc.

(3c)
(i)Manufacturing can employ large numbers of low-to-medium skilled workers and its processes can be easily standardised and scaled, which complements economic clustering in cities.
(ii)The sector contributed from technological change and productivity growth, thus exhibiting positive learning and process development opportunities.
(iii)It is tradable, allowing developing countries to tap into global value chains as well as new markets for buying and selling goods.

(7a)
Unemployment of labour is a situation where individuals in the labour force who are willing and able to work at the existing wage rate cannot find jobs.

(7b)
(i) Cyclical unemployment: This is the unemployment caused by a deficiency in aggregate demand leading to a deflationary phase of the business cycle e.g when aggregate demand falls, firms need to cut down on labour.

(ii) Frictional unemployment: This form of unemployment exists as workers search for jobs of their choice having left their previous jobs or when school leavers enter the labour market from school e.g. a fresh graduate who has completed school and is looking for a job.

(iii) Structural unemployment: This form of unemployment occurs when there are changes in the pattern of demand or production resulting in labour lay-off. A change in technology can also result in structural unemployment. e.g. if an organization begins to use computer, a stenographer who can only type using the traditional typewriter will become unemployed.

(7c)
(i) Increase in investment: Government can encouraged the establishment of new firms by providing incentives such as granting of subsidies and tax holiday

(ii) Educational curriculum should be restructured to meet the needs of the industrial sector of the economy

(iii) Establishment of labour exchange or job centres to disseminate information on existing job and location

(8a)
Foreign exchange refers to exchanging the currency of one country for another at prevailing exchange rates. Let us take a close look at the meaning of foreign exchange. Different countries have different currencies. Foreign exchange converts the currency of one country into another.

(8b)
(To bring together and coordinate the petroleum policies of its members in order to achieve stable and equitable prices for petroleum producers and to guarantee a reliable, cost-effective, and efficient supply of crude oil.
(ii)To developing countries with a sufficient rate of return on investment.
(iii)To control oil supply in order to stabilize oil prices on the global market and prevent swings from harming the economy of oil-producing and oil-consuming nations.

(8c)
(i)Regulatory functions: IMF functions as a regulatory body and as per the rules of the Articles of Agreement, it also focuses on administering a code of conduct for exchange rate policies and restrictions on payments for current account transactions.
(ii)Financial functions: IMF provides financial support and resources to the member countries to meet short term and medium term Balance of Payments (BOP) disequilibrium.
(iii)Consultative fun­ctions: IMF is a centre for international cooperation for the member countries. It also acts as a source of counsel and technical assistance.


2022 WAEC GCE ECONOMICS ESSAY (THEORY) QUESTIONS | 3RD DECEMBER, 2022

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]

2022 WAEC GCE Economics (Essay & OBJ) Answers [3rd December]


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