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1. The subject of institutional economics is:
a) the productive forces of society;
b) economic resources;
c) the institutional and economic relations.
2. What are the transaction costs are especially high in the Russian economy from the viewpoint of the agreements?
a) to find information;
b) the monitoring and prevention of opportunism;
c) Measurements;
d) negotiations;
d) The conclusion of the contract.
3. What are the main provisions neoinstitutional theory? How do they differ from the basic foundations of neoclassical theory?
4. The main content of the theory is neoinstitutional:
a) in an attempt to approach the analysis of economic problems in using the methods of other sciences;
b) in an attempt to use the methods of neo-classical economic theory to analyze the political, legal and other problems;
c) the development of new non-neoclassical theory in provisions?
5. Which direction of institutional theory applies the theory of transaction costs Coase:
a) old institutionalism;
b) neoinstitutional theory;
c) The new institutional theory?
6. Empirical estimates suggest that, other things being equal, the share of the informal sector in the economy of the richer regions (with a higher GRP - gross regional product) is lower. How can we explain such a fact?
7. "Imagine: Wasteland. At one end - the carriage. On the other - ten people. The signal! - They run to the coach. Who will go there? - The one who rules the better? No - one who runs faster. Who was able to overtake, to push apart all; and he can go very bad. " Inefficiency of the mechanism of distribution of property rights illustrates this passage?


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