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5 Matching questions

  1. What are the different types of legal systems?
  2. What are property rights?
  3. political economy
  4. What is HDI?
  5. What are the three prevalent economic systems?
  1. a the political, economic, and legal systems of a country
  2. b an attempt by the UN to asses the impact of a number of factors on the quality of human life in a country
  3. c the bundle of legal rights over the use to which a resource is put and over the use made of any income that me be derived from that resource
  4. d 1. common law
    2. civil law
    3. theocratic law
  5. e 1. market economy
    2. command economy
    3. mixed economy

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a political system in which political power is monopolized by a party, group or individual tthat governs according to religious princapals
  2. individual freedom and self expression and that society welfare is best served by letting people pursue their own economic self-intrest
  3. True
  4. a version of collectivism advocating that socialism can achieved only through a totalitarian dictatorship
  5. True

5 True/False questions

  1. What is public action?the theft piracy, blackmail, and the like by private individuals or groups

          

  2. What is gross national income?the theft piracy, blackmail, and the like by private individuals or groups

          

  3. True or False? Currently there are huge debates as to what economic system leads to development. Is it democracy or mixed economy?1. market economy
    2. command economy
    3. mixed economy

          

  4. What is a democracy?United Convention on Contracts for the International sale of Goods is a set rules governing certain aspects of the making and performance of commercial contracts between sellers and buyers who have their places of business in different nations

          

  5. True or False. The approach to contract law demonstrates the difference between common law and civil law systemsTrue but mature democracy truly secure property rights

          

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