GNT1503: History of RFET: Applied Informatics

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GNT1503: History of RFET: Applied Informatics GNT1503: History of RFET: Applied Informatics GNT1503: History of RFET: Applied Informatics GNT1503: History of RFET: Applied Informatics

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Control tasks "Entrepreneurship of Ancient and Specific Russia"
Exercise 1
What industrial category belonged to the monasteries in the 16th-17th centuries?
Monasteries belonged to merchant industrial objects.
Monasteries were a separate category of the industry of industrial entrepreneurship and were not bound by state trade relations.
Monasteries belonged to a special category of private entrepreneurship.

Activity 2
Novgorod originally emerged as a trading city, while strategically significant was that he ...
Was a transit trade point on the outskirts of the Baltic.
Was one of the first cities where entrepreneurial activity was developed.
Was the center of public life and trade.

Activity 3
What was the main difference between entrepreneurship and urban craft?
Workers of the city fishery depended on the feudal lord, who often acted as an entrepreneur himself.
Every worker of the town´s craft or artisan was an entrepreneur.
Entrepreneurs did not pay rent and had a special status.


Tests by themes:
Control tasks "Manufactory entrepreneurship"
Benchmarks "Entrepreneurship in the era of the crisis of the feudal system"
Benchmarks "The heyday of capitalist entrepreneurship"
Control tasks "Entrepreneurship in the epoch of" state socialism ""

Control tasks "The phenomenon of Soviet entrepreneurship"
Exercise 1
Capitalist entrepreneurship during the NEP was allowed in the form of ...
Private enterprise.
Of the joint-stock company.
State capitalism.

Activity 2
Socialist reconstruction in the USSR led to ...
Centralized system of state distribution.
Liquidation of market relations.
The emergence of cooperatives.
Concentration of the entire economy in the hands of the state.
Transition to self-supporting market relations.

Activity 3
The consequences of the policy of "war communism" for industry were expressed in ...
Transfer of all enterprises into private ownership.
Forced labor
The rejection of economic relations in industry.
Transition to commodity-money relations in the state sector of industry.
Declaring the nationalization of all enterprises.

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