Labor Economics test answers 150 questions

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Labor Economics test answers 150 questions, evaluation 5.
Task 1.
Question 1. What aspects reflect the concept of "work"?
1. all the mental and physical stress;
2. Work;
3. The process of converting natural resources into material, intellectual, and spiritual benefits;
4. The activities under the influence of necessity;
5. painful effort.
Question 2. What is the essence of creativity?
1. self-expression;
2. The creation of any works of art;
3. "a cross between a god and a mortal";
4. one of the types of work that creates new ideas, images, performances, activities for spiritual perfection of man.
5. Inspiration
Question 3. Give a brief definition of "meta-theory".
1. The system of axioms;
2. Study;
3. The field of knowledge;
4. The science of science;
5. The principles of evidence.
Question 4: What is the essence of the concept "metaekonomika"?
1. basic concepts and ideas of economic sciences;
2. The meta-theory of economic sciences;
3. The environmental aspects;
4. Ethical issues of the economy;
5. The legal section of the economy.
Question 5. The main goal of the design of work processes.
1. The provision of resources;
2. Software tool;
3. The selection of the best methods of work;
4. The design of workplaces;
5. The allocation of quantities.
Task 2.
Question 1. What is the essence of the concept of "human capital"?
1. The increase in revenues;
2. The set of human qualities (health, education, professionalism), affecting the results of its operations and revenues;
3. the cost of training;
4. The use of qualifications obtained;
5. productivity
Question 2. Give a brief definition of "working conditions".
1. The security activities;
2. The social and economic conditions;
3. factors of production;
4. environment;
5. The parameters of the working environment (noise, temperature, dust, vibration, etc.), work and rest, psychological and social atmosphere.
Question 3. The main objectives of the valuation of labor.
1. The definition of the number of personnel;
2. The range of ways of working;
3. The allocation of the scope of work;
4. The establishment of the necessary objective cost-benefit work on elements of the manufacturing process;
5. The provision of materials.
Question 4. What is solves selection, training and certification of personnel?
1. Alignment of the dynamics of personnel;
2. intensification of labor;
3. improving the quality of personnel;
4. The improvement of working conditions;
5. The improvement of economic systems.
Question 5. Give a brief definition of "motivation".
1. The process of encouraging the person to productive activity based on its needs and objectives of the enterprise;
2. Measures intensification of labor;
3. professional development;
4. stimulation of work;
5. administrative influence.
Task 3.
Question 1. What is the goal marketing staff?
1. improvement of the system of personnel training;
2. The effect of the company to ensure the human resources policy of the company; the labor market;
3. The implementation of social protection;
4. Organization of employment;
5. employment.
Question 2. What is studying the physiology of labor?
1. The characteristics of human labor;
2. The results of the professional selection;
3. The impact of labor processes on human physiology;
4. The intensity of the work;
5. The system of motivation.
Question 3. Expand the contents of the notion "ergonomics"
1. The scientific basis of the design of human-machine systems;
2. The theory of design;
3. The general systems theory;
4. The science of safety;
5. physiological characteristics.
Question 4. What explores sociology of work?
1. The social aspects of production;
2. The impact of labor processes on h

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Task 4.
Question 1. State the concept of "quality of life".
1. The human condition (material goods, security, access to education and skills development, the state of the environment, freedom of opinion and influence political decisions);
2. The quality of the food;
3. Ensuring an environmentally friendly housing
4. The financial support;
5. The moral and physical well-being.
Question 2: What do you mean by "quality of working life"?
1. Organization and remuneration;
2. The relationship between the collective;
3. The conditions for the exercise of employment rights;
4. The parameters of the working environment;
5. The provision of raw materials.
Question 3. The main objectives of human activity:
1. The wealth, power and glory, knowledge, creativity, and spiritual perfection;
2. wealth;
3. physical perfection;
4. prosperity;
5. career.
Question 4. What place does Russia in the world in the Human Development Index (HDI) in 1994?
1 second;
2. The fifth;
3. sixtieth;
4. The one hundred and nineteenth;
5. hundredth.
Question 5: What is the standard for determining the quality of life?
1. wealth;
2. The subjective well-being;
3. Career;
4. The self-sufficiency;
5. wealth
Task 5.
Question 1: What determines the evolution of the concepts of quality of life?
1. The index of per capita GDP;
2. The environmental and social consequences of economic growth;
3. Gross Domestic Product;
4. indicators of per capita income;
5. lifespan.
Question 2. What aspects of the quality of life calculated in the Human Development Index (HDI)?
1. The average per capita income;
2. The index of life expectancy, educational attainment index, real per capita GDP;
3. Characteristics of Health
4. The state of the environment
5. The social relationships
Question 3: When did the concept of "quality of life" was used in the scientific literature?
1. from the beginning of XX century .;
2. from the middle of the XIX century .;
3. 30-ies. XX century .;
4. 70-ies. XX century .;
5. the second half of the XX century.
Question 4. In which year the UN Conference on the Environment has adopted the concept of "sustainable development", according to which the needs of current generations should not be at the expense of future generations?
1. 1936 .;
2. 1985;
3. 1992 .;
4. 1991 .;
5. 1997
Question 5. What are the per capita GDP in Russia in 1994 (in dollars).
1. 5448;
2. 1044.5;
3. 100;
4. 5100;
5. 400.
Task 6.
Question 1. Why the hierarchy of intellectual and spiritual needs?
1. The requirement of completeness;
2. The need for freedom;
3. The functioning of the physiological systems of man;
4. The need for spiritual perfection;
5. The desire for education.
Question 2. How modern biology and psychology is considered the spiritual and social needs?
1. as an adaptation to the environment;
2. as survival;
3. How self-realization;
4. as a necessity;
5. As a result of evolution.
Question 3. How many levels to meet the needs can be identified?
1. five;
2. Three;
3. Four;
4. One;
5. two.
Question 4: What are the key levels to meet the needs of existence should be allocated?

Question 5. What makes the minimum level to meet the needs of existence?
Task 7.
Question 1: What makes a normal (basic) level to meet the needs of existence?
Question 2. What are the implications of meeting the needs of existence at the level of luxury? etc.

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