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Chapter 12 / Exercise 12-13
Intermediate Accounting: Reporting and Analysis
Jones/Wahlen
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123) The easiest way for a country to obtain access to technology is throughA) subsidizing education and training.B) enacting policies to promote property rights.C) promoting policies to enhance saving.D) promoting foreign direct investment.Answer: D
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Page Ref: 743/361Learning Outcome: Macro-4: Explain the sources of productivity growth.TRUE/FALSE. WriteʹTʹif the statement is true andʹFʹif the statement is false.124) Human capital refers to the percentage of the working-age population in the labor force.124)
Page Ref: 737/355Learning Outcome: Macro-4: Explain the sources of productivity growth.125) Technological change is the key to sustaining economic growth.125)
Page Ref: 737/355Learning Outcome: Macro-4: Explain the sources of productivity growth.126) One drawback of the patent system is that firms must disclose to the public information aboutthe product or process.126)
Page Ref: 743/361Learning Outcome: Macro-4: Explain the sources of productivity growth.127) The Soviet Unionʹs economic growth rate slowed despite rapid increases in capital per hourworked.127)Answer:TrueFalse
Page Ref: 740-741/358-359Learning Outcome: Macro-4: Explain the sources of productivity growth.27
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