MEBIK Test Study of socio-economic and gender.

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MEBIK Test Study of socio-economic and gender.

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1. Redistribution of funds from the rich to the poor:
a) can be represented as a type of social insurance;
b) the factor of effective functioning of a market economy;
c) the main and exclusive goal of state regulation of the economy;
d) all the answers presented above are correct

2. If the Lorenz curve for Russia were linear, then:
a) the distribution of income would be ineffective;
b) absolute inequality of incomes would be observed;
c) absolute equality of incomes would be observed;
d) nothing could be said about the distribution of income.

3. In order to smooth the inequality in the distribution of income, the state can apply:
a) price discrimination in establishing prices for products of state-owned enterprises;
b) transfer payments (pensions, allowances, compensation payments);
c) selective subsidization of consumers;
d) all of the above is true.

4. What is economic mobility:
a) a person´s change of place of residence;
b) accelerated development of society;
c) professional growth of the individual;
d) the change in the position of a person or a social group in the structure of society.

5. In the Russian Federation, the rate of progression of the income tax has been reduced. Now people with high incomes instead of 30% of incomes should pay 13% of incomes. As a result, after paying taxes:
a) the curve of Lorentz bent to the left; closer to the diagonal;
b) the curve of Lorentz bent to the right, i.e. became farther from the diagonal;
c) demand for luxury goods decreased;
d) the situation relative to the poor has improved.

6. Everyone must pay the state an amount equal to the benefits received from the state (the principle of benefits obtained). This principle is a reflection of the approach:
a) libertarianism;
b) Confucianism;
c) egalitarianism;
d) utilitarianism;

7. Which of the following measures can reduce inequality in income distribution?
a) replacement of the progressive scale of taxation by a proportional one;
b) the introduction of a significant transfer of inheritance tax;
c) increase in pensions;
d) the answers b) and c) are correct;
e) all of the above answers are correct.

8. The increase in the profit tax, with other things being equal, leads:
a) the growth of the shadow economy;
b) to reduce the profit shown in the reports of firms;
c) to reduce the amount paid in the form of dividends.
d) all the answers are correct

9. The Kursk Institute of Management, Economics and Business (MECIC) has the status of a non-profit organization. It means that:
a) MEBIK does not receive profit;
b) all profits of the MEBIC are withdrawn to the budget;
c) The MEBIC can make a profit, but it must distribute it among the founders;
d) the received income of the MEBIC should be directed to finance the statutory goals.

10. Indicate among the following goals of state regulation mutually exclusive:
a) efficiency and scientific and technical progress;
b) equity and economic growth;
c) equality and full employment;
d) environmental protection and sustainable economic development.

11. If a state establishes a fixed level of rent that is different from equilibrium, then:
a) the volume of economic rent is decreasing;
b) economic rent increases;
c) economic rent remains unchanged;
d) the answer depends on the elasticity of the demand for land.

12. The State Duma decided to increase taxes using the principle of solvency. From the point of view of this principle, the most preferable will be:
a) excise tax on beer;
b) sales tax;
c) progressive income tax;
d) 1% tax on the services of telephone companies.

13. Methods of combating poverty include:
a) fixing the minimum wage;
b) the activity of the compulsory medical insurance fund;
c) establishment of a regressive taxation system;
d) the answers a) and b) are correct.

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14. The concept of human capital was developed to explain:
a) human performance in comparison with machines;
b) why do individuals prefer one institution to another?
c) why knowledge and skills affect pay and incomes;
d) how and why trade unions can raise wages above their competitive level.

15. The higher the Gini coefficient, the crime rate in the country:
a) higher;
b) below;
c) the Gini coefficient measures the level of economic inequality in the country;
d) the Gini coefficient measures the percentage of persons of retirement age.

16. When implementing economic policy, one has to choose between:
a) the level of taxation and the volume of production of public goods;
b) efficiency and fairness;
c) the future and the present day;
d) all of the above may be the subject of choice

17. From the point of view of the philosopher John Rawls, the system of state redistribution of incomes is nothing more than:
a) the social insurance system;
b) a system of increased economic mobility of the population;
c) the system "from each according to his abilities, to each according to his work";
d) a utilitarian system.

18. From the perspective of the egalitarian (in the manual of the Mencyou - liberal) approach, the optimal form of achievable equality is:
a) equality of initial opportunities;
b) equality of incomes;
c) Equity of assets
d) any type of equality can be chosen as a goal.

19. The activities of the state on redistribution of income, as a rule, lead to:
a) Pareto-improvements;
b) Pareto optimum;
c) Pareto-deterioration;
d) the Pareto test can not be used to determine the effectiveness of this type of government intervention.

20. In the Russian Federation, the poverty line is established:
a) the minimum subsistence minimum;
b) presidential decrees on social guarantees to the population;
c) at least $ 1.8 per day;
d) all previous answers are correct.

21. Demand for teachers of the economy depends on:
a) the planned demand for economists;
b) salary rates of teachers of the economy;
c) the availability of interactive textbooks on economics;
d) all of the above.

22. The demand for labor is a derivative:
a) prices of goods and services produced using this resource;
b) productivity of labor;
c) labor costs;
d) all of the above answers are correct.

23. The average real wage in the economy is determined by:
a) fixed capital; b) social habits;
c) stocks of human capital; d) all of the above factors.

24. Differences in the level of wages in Russia can be attributed to:
a) a different level of human capital embodied in labor;
b) discrimination in the labor market;
c) the existence of trade unions in some sectors of the economy;
d) the whole of the above;

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30. When the level of real wages is low, it is advantageous for firms to use:
a) relatively labor-intensive production processes;
b) relatively capital-intensive production processes;
c) equal volumes of both capital and labor;
d) more capital than labor.

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