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Collection zadaniypo discipline''Ekonomicheskaya teoriya', the number of questions - 125.

Task 1

Question 1. What is the common basis with other sciences of society is economic theory?

1) political economy;

2) modern philosophy;

3) sociology;

4) Human Sciences;

5) biology.

Question 2. What laws are used in the economic philosophy of science?

1) the unity and struggle of opposites;

2) the law of the negation;

3) the law of marginal utility;

4) The law of the negation, the unity and struggle of opposites;

5) The correct answer is only 2 and 3.

Question 3. What is the subject of economic theory?

1) economic relations in society;

2) people will not mediated phenomena;

3) mediated consciousness phenomena and processes;

4) the spiritual and material interests;

5) social needs.

Question 4. Specify the most complete definition of the method:

1) a set of techniques by which defines the purpose of the economy;

2) a set of charts, graphs, necessary for the study of economic theory;

3), this set of methods, techniques, principles, which are determined by means achieving the goals;

4) an analysis of the internal relations, the laws of production;

5) a set of principles for the organization of production processes.

Question 5. What method involves the analysis of practical human activity, based on the principles of maximum effectiveness?

1) positive;

2) standard;

3) the collection of information, analysis and synthesis;

4) scientific abstraction;

5) dialectic.

Task 2

Question 1. What is the main watershed between the different views on the economy in the period of the ancient world, the slave and feudal system?

1) in relation to subsistence farming;

2) through the relationship to the physical and monetary economy;

3) with respect to the money economy;

4) with respect to forms of money circulation;

5) in relation to the sources of the development of society.

Question 2: Who is the author systematize economic views between the ancient, slave and feudal periods?

1) Xenophon;

2) Plato;

3) Aristotle;

4) Solon;

5) Pericles.

Question 3. Which of Science (forms) are clearly identified and systematized Aristotle?

1) economy;

2) sociology;

3) chrematistics;

4) economic and chrematistics;

5) None of these.

Question 4. Which of the ancient teachings preached''spravedlivuyu tsenu'',''spravedlivy obmen''?

1) St. Thomas Aquinas;

2) Augustine;

3) Plato;

4) Aristotle;

5) Solon.

Question 5. What are the common signs of mercantilism?

1) exchange;

2) as the highest form of wealth considered money;

3) the handling and production;

4) as the wealth of the production envisaged;

5) consumption.

Activity 3

Question 1: What are the greatest representative of mercantilism in Russia in the 17th century.

1) IT Pososhkov;

2) B. Petty;

3) N. Kondratyev;

4) T. Myung;

5) A. Turgot.

Question 2. What was the basis of the Physiocrats?

1) the primacy of agriculture as the foundation of society;

2) analysis of social reproduction and its categories;

3) the primacy of the sphere of circulation;

4) The correct answer is 1 and 2;

5) All the answers are not correct.

Question 3. Lead authors of the Physiocrats.

1) F. Quesnay, A.Tyurgo, A. Smith;

2) A. Serra, William Stafford;

3) T. Myung A. Montchretien;

4) I. Pososhkov;

5) A. Turgot, T. Maine.

Question 4. Who is the author of the theory of rent, the quantity theory of money, the principle of comparative costs in international trade and so on?

1) I. Pososhkov;

2) Adam Smith;

3) Ricardo;

4) B. Peggy;

5) T. Maine.

Question 5. What are the views marginalists

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Task 4

Question 1. What is the structure of modern economic theory?

1) The theory of rational use of scarce resources;

2) socio-economic theory;

3) institutional and socio-economic theory;

4) political economy;

5) socio-economic and institutional theory, the theory of rational use of limited resources.

Question 2. What was the name initially (in the early 17th century) economic theory?

1) economics;

2) the science of wealth;

3) political economy;

4) history of economic doctrines;

5) rational use of limited resources.

Question 3. What are the classics of English political economy:

1) David Ricardo, T.Maltus A. Walras;

2) P. Boisguillebert, A. Smith;

3) A. Montchretien, A. Smith;

4) D. Mill, A. Amon;

5) H. Zandel.

Question 4. Who is the author of a German textbook "Fundamentals of the doctrine of the economy" M.1994?

1) F. Oppenheimer;

2) A. Amon;

3) H. Zandel, Tammy R.;

4) Tammy R.;

5) H. Zandel.

Question 5. What course of economic theory needs Russia in transition economies?

1) economics;

2) political economy;

3) economic theory;

4) transition;

5) the economy of the national economy.

Task 5

Question 1. What is meant by production?

1) a process of creating a goal;

2) a set of objects and tools;

3) the process of obtaining the product;

4) a process of human impact on the nature of the substance in order to create wealth;

5) is a collection of basic and auxiliary processes.

Question 2: What should be regarded as material production?

1) Health;

2) education;

3) industry;

4) industry, agriculture, construction;

5) agriculture, construction.

Question 3: What belongs to the non-material production?

1) agriculture and utilities;

2) public utilities;

3) education;

4) Health;

5) health care, education.

Question 4: What is the purpose of all stages of production?

1) marketing;

2) consumption;

3) exchange;

4) sale;

5) implementation.

Question 5. What is the result of a process of consumption?

1) the product is consumed;

2) meeting the demand for the product;

3) the product obtained;

4) the product consumed and needs it;

5) the exchange of products.

Task 6

Question 1. The essence of the global environmental problems?

1) Nature may cease to be non-economic benefits;

2) It is necessary to learn how to play and consume nature;

3) It is necessary to make a product of human nature;

4) Return all three answers;

5) All the answers are wrong.

Question 2. What is the productive forces of man?

1) the forces that man was able to adapt its production;

2) the forces that man has managed to adapt to the exchange;

3) the forces that people adapted to their consumption;

4) the forces that people adapted to their production and consumption;

5) the forces that man adapted for the distribution of goods.

Question 3. What is the internal structure of the productive forces of man?

Question 4: What is the regulator between production and consumption?

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