INTB Homework chapter 16

INTB Homework chapter 16 - 6) (E?!) $3 @3 @) @) @D @3 Gil)...

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Unformatted text preview: 6) (E?!) $3 @3 @) @) @D @3 Gil) @3 Study Question 2 Exercise Score: 1. 0F 1. pt Assignment Score: 1.00% (10 0F 10 Fits] 10 of 10 complete is an economic development strategy that uses industrial policies to target industries producing import competing goods. The goal of this policy is to develop the industrial capacity of the economy. Economic populism V Import substitution industiialization Neoliberalism Structural reform policy Which of the followmg is no! a method of creating industrial policies? The subsidization of production through the provision of inexpensive credit or foreign exchange V Taxing exported goods The nationalization of firms and industries Protectionist trade policies All of the aboye are industrial policy methods Question is complete. ® Allparisshawing [ Tryngain ] | Save ] l—I ‘1 ‘1 ‘1 ‘1 ‘1 ‘1 ‘1 ‘1 ‘1 ‘1 QC? @ €31 63’ @ G} (E? @ EC} €61 D Study Question 1 Exercise Score: 1. 0F 1. pt Assignment Scare: 100%(10 0F LEI n+5] 10oF10 complete T'L‘lr'hich of the followfiig best characterizes the economic growth in Latin America from the end of World TWar II unul the debt crisis ofthe 19805? Countries tended to be open in trade aspects, have equal distributions of income, and were unstable. Countries tended to be open in trade aspects, have equal distributions of income, and were stable. V Countries tended to be focused on inward development have unequal distributions of inc ome, and were unstable. Counuies tended to be focused on inward development have unequal disuibutions of inc orne, and were stable. Question is complete. ® All pan-I5 showing Try Again Save SampleTestA1 Exercise Score: 1. OF 1. pt Assignment Score: 1.00% (1.0 OF 1.0 Fits) 10 of 10 complete The 19805 are referred to as the "Lost Decade." This is because Latin American countries in flle 19805 experienced positive growth and low inflation, but increasing poverty. negative growth and high inflation, though with decreased poverty. positive growth= but with rapid inflation and increased poverty. V negative growth, rapid inflation and increased poverty. Question is complete. 6') All pads showing Try Again Save Q g g @ @ @ @ @ @ GE? @ I) Studyr Question 10 Exercise Score: 1. 0F 1. pt Assignment Score: lEIEIE-fi [1.0 oF LEI p13] ll} of ID complete 5 Which ofthe foflowlng was a trade reform in Latin America in the late 1980s and 19905? An opening of markets through an increase in tariffs and quotas Reducing file number of free trade agreements V The creation ofnew trade blocs such as NAFTA and the revitalization of old ones such as the Central American Common Market None of the above Question is complete. 6') l—I "l. "l. "l. "l "l. "l. "l. "l "l. "l. G (i? (2:? (EC? (EC? (5:? Ci? (3:? (5‘? (ii (113? D stud-r- Questh Exercise Score: 1. 0F 1. pt Assignment Score: 100% [1.0 0F 10 pts] 10 0F 1|} complete Which of the following is a pro for the East Asian industrial policies following the growth in the l-EPAE? One of the most often used tools of industrial policies. directed credit programs. helped create the chaos of the late 19905. Ihe characteristics of overall growth simplv reflected the changing endowments of the I-EPAE, even with the industrial policies. V With the industrial policies manufacturing in general and manufactured exports experienced enormous growth. With the industrial policies. the targeted sectors did not grow an}; faster than the rest of the economv. '\ W W W W '1. '\ '\ W W G (14‘)? GE? GE? GE? QC? (if? (if? (E45? (ii? @‘V D stud-3- auesticn 2 Exercise Score: 1. OF 1. pt Assignment Score: 1.00% (1.0 oF 1.0 pts] 10 :1le complete How can passage through a demographic transition lead to higher savings and investment rates? V‘ Passage through the demographic transition increases the ratio of economicale active to the total population. This creates a larger pool of income out of which savings and investment can take place. Passage through the demographic transition increases secure propertv rights. reduces rent seeking, and encourages investor confidence hf; reducing the probability of redistributions. Passage through the demographic transition increases literacv and production in industries requiring higher skills and capital goods. Passage through the demographic transition increases incentives for R&D when production must be competitive in world markets. (if? @ (3“? (if? (E? (E? (2:? (E36 (E3? @ Stud;r Question 1 Exercise Score: 1. OF 1. pt: Assignment Score: 1.00% (1.0 of 1.0 pts] 1|} eF 1|} complete Which of the followmg statements is false regarding economic growth in file l-EPAE compared with economic growth of Latin America? Income inequality has fallen in the I-EPAE throughout most of the period of high growth while Latin America has continued to grow with unequal income. V Latin America has reduced income inequality through investment in and secondary education. land reform. and the creation of rural infrastructure such as roads, water and sanitation systems, and health care. The Latin American growth was characterized with macroeconomic instability while the HPAE grew stable until the 19905. Latin American economic growth was inwardly oriented, while file l-EPAE economic groth included not only export promotion but an openness to imports as well. SamploTootAJ Exercise Score: 1. OF 1. pt Assignment Score: 1.00% (1.0 of 1.0 pts] 1|}ef 1|} complete Structural reform focuses on V making resources allocation more efficient by privatizing state enterprises, liberalizing trade and improving the regulatory environment. raising income or sales taxes on consumer goods to help reduce government budget deficits. using monetary policy to stabilize inflation and exchange rates. reducing government expenditures on buildings and infiastructure to help reduce government deficits. Exercise Score: 1. OF 1 pt Assignment Scare: 1005-1: (1.0 of 1.0 pts] The economic success of high-performance Asian economies was supported by health and education policies that helped workers to become more skilled. strong and credible commitments to share the benefits of growth across society. stable macroeconomic policies. V All of the above. SampleTestAE Exercise Score: 1. 0F 1. pt Assignment Score: 1.00% (10 0F LEI pts) 100F1l} complete Which changes in education policies helped me high—performance Asian economies succeed in export promotion? V Additional resources focused on elementary and secondary education. Reduced education spending. to provide work incentives duough reduced income taxes. Reduced education spending, to redirect funds for capital investment. Addilional resources focused on the expansion of education. ...
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