Economics- Smarter than The Professor? Win $125

Economics- Smarter than The Professor? Win $125

Written on 11/30/2019
Professor Anthony Rivieccio, MBA, PFA

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1- When Netflix dismantled Blockbuster video, what theory describes this process? a) supply side economics. b) Liquation. c) creative desstuction.

2- What theory describes when one sees the present time value if money more important than the future time? a) Present value. b) polluter pays principle. c) black- scholes. d) solow model


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3: When the seller has more information than the buyer, that is called the theory of:. a) principal agent theory. b) mechanism design c) asymmetric information. d) elastic activities

4- When people place emphasis on gains more than losses, that is called: a) mercantilism. b) optimal currency areas. c) exchange rates and purchasing power equivalent. D) Loss aversion


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5- Adam Smith is best known for:. a) invisible hand. b) specialization of labor c) lassez- faire. d) all of the above. e) none of the above

6- What theory best describes inflation? a) monetarism. b) new growth. c) demand pull. d) institutional growth

7- During times of economic downtown, Government's should spend more. This is called; a) Ladder Curve. b) Friedman monetarism. c Keynesian economics. d) Lucy's wedge

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