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Question 1. Which of economists considered the founder of traditional institutionalism?

1. Ronald Coase;

2. Veblen;

3. D. North;

4. O. Ulyamson;

5. D. Kommans.

Question 2. Does the definition of the subject choice answers Institutional Economics?

1. The objective of the system of economic relations between classes of people that are emerging in the process of production, distribution, exchange and consumption of goods;

2. the search for effective forms of organization of social economy, the science of wealth;

3. examine the economic behavior through the prism of stereotypes of social agents;

4. the rational behavior of economic agents in the process of production, distribution and consumption of wealth in a world of limited resources;

5. Definitely not.

Question 3. What is the main reason for the evolution of social institutions?

1. The development of production;

2. social progress;

3. Evolution of democracy;

4. positive transaction costs;

5. The negative transaction costs.

Question 4: What are the main categories of the "old" institutionalism?

1. Institutions;

2. The transaction costs;

3. The marginal utility;

4. The production factors;

5. marginal productivity.

Question 5. What are the main differences between modern "old" and "new" institutionalism?

1. The use of the category of "transaction costs" on a par with the category of "institution" for economic analysis;

2. Consideration of the society as a whole;

3. defining the role of institutions and their impact on society;

4. The main provisions formed in the works of American institutionalists;

5. The primary role of financial capital in the economic progress.

Question 6. What are some causes of the institutions?

1. Low transaction costs;

2. The high transaction costs;

3. The low production costs;

4. high transformation costs;

5. The marginal cost.

Question 7: What is not part of the institution?

1. The formal rules;

2. informal norms;

3. organization;

4. The system of punishment;

5. The formal rules.

Question 8. What determines the greater stability of informal norms?

1. The duration of their evolution;

2. The establishment of an artificial "from above";

3. jurisprudence;

4. legislation;

5. society.

Question 9. What applies to the formal rules?

1. Constitution;

2. Tradition;

3. custom;

4. Law;

5. category.

Question 10. What are the transaction costs?

1. that the costs associated with the production of goods;

2. is the costs associated with the production of goods and services;

3. are costs not associated with production;

4. it costs to purchase raw materials;

5. This costs associated with the purchase of services.

Question 11. What are the costs do not relate to transaction costs?

1. The costs of searching for information;

2. The costs of opportunistic behavior;

3. The costs of maintenance of machinery and equipment;

4. The costs of protection of property rights;

5. The variable costs.

Question 12. What are the costs related to transaction costs?

1. The cost of teachers´ salaries;

2. The costs of families to pay for the mobile phone;

3. The costs of the company for the purchase of raw materials;

4. The cost of a family of petrol;

5. The cost of family whitewash the ceiling, bathed in neighbors from the top floor.

Question 13. What is meant by the cost of production in the microeconomic analysis?

1. expressed in value terms the costs of production related to the failure of an alternative use of productive resources;

2. expressed in value terms the costs of production related to the cost of the consumed productive resources;

3. The physical volume of industrial resources consumed to produce a given amoun

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Question 15. In which case, the Coase theorem stops working?

1. under perfect information available to both sides;

2. when the imperfect information available to both sides;

3. If you know only the opposite side of the structure of preferences;

4. if it is considered in the framework of game theory;

5. Definitely not.

Question 16. What conclusions follow from the Coase Theorem?

1. The external effects are not one-sided, it is important to minimize them;

2. If the transaction costs are low and property rights are defined, then the state can eliminate the costs of externalities, ie, turn them into internalising;

3. a clear allocation of property rights leads to the fact that the external effects are converted to internalising;

4. If the transaction costs are low and property rights are defined, the market itself can eliminate the costs of externalities, ie, turn them into internalising;

5. The correct answer is 1), 2), 4).

Question 17. What is the economic meaning of "specification of property rights"?

1. the establishment of special institutions for the registration of owners of firms;

2. The creation of conditions for the acquisition of property rights to those who are above the value conferred by the possibility of production and entertainment;

3. creating conditions for the emergence of private firms in Russia;

4. The correct answer is 1), 3);

5. all the answers wrong.

Question 18. In accordance with the theory of property rights, if the neighbor on dacha planted fast-growing poplar shade plot of land on which you grow strawberries, what will you do?

1. go to court;

2. toss neighbor to the tube station poplar moth larvae;

3. politely ask to cut down a tree;

4. arrange compensation neighbor (2 buckets of their strawberries when he cut down a tree);

5. Discard the cultivation of strawberries.

Question 19. What is not considered a theory of property rights?

1. The problem of the erosion of property rights;

2. The problem of externalities;

3. The problem of specification of property rights;

4. The problem of formation of property rights;

5. The problem of the internal effects.

Question 20. What determines the borders of the state as part of the institutional approach?

1. its aggressive policy;

2. its ability to exercise control over a certain territory and to tax citizens;

3. The political will;

4. The establishment of the formal "rules of the game" in a certain area;

5. economic will.

Question 21. What is the cause of the state in the framework of non-institutional theory?

Question 22. What does not belong to the functions of the state institutions with the market system?

Question 23. What is the role of the state in solving the problem of "for whom to produce?"

Question 24. The state as a subject of a market economy determines?

Question 25. In which case the contract is not perfect?

Question 26. Incomplete contract it?

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