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Question 1: ________, Brazilian structuralist economist.
ItalyGilberto GilAntônio HouaissCelso Furtado

Question 2: Furthermore, this theory was developed in the early years of the ________ and was largely derived from the successes of the Marshall Plan.
Central Intelligence AgencyCold WarVietnam WarJoseph Stalin

Question 3: Raúl Prebisch, founding Secretary General of the ________ and influential dependency theorist
Food and Agriculture OrganizationUnited Nations Conference on Trade and DevelopmentSwitzerlandUniversal Postal Union

Question 4: Abhijit Banerjee, professor of economics at the ________.
Boston UniversityNortheastern UniversityHarvard UniversityMassachusetts Institute of Technology

Question 5: At the heart of these studies, by authors such as ________ and W. Arthur Lewis[12] was an analysis of not only economic growth but also structural transformation.
Paul SamuelsonFriedrich von HayekSimon KuznetsMilton Friedman

Question 6: For example, ________ the dominant school of thought during medieval feudalism, emphasized reconciliation with Christian theology and ethics, rather than development.
Logical positivismNominalismScholasticismAristotle

Question 7: The names most associated with 19th century economic nationalism are the American ________, the German-American Friedrich List, and the American Henry Clay.
James MadisonJohn JayAlexander HamiltonGeorge Washington

Question 8: Development economics is a branch of ________ which deals with economic aspects of the development process in low-income countries.
Keynesian economicsEconomicsHeterodox economicsMoney

Question 9: The market-friendly approach, unlike the other two, is a more recent development and is often associated with the ________.
International Monetary FundBretton Woods systemWorld Bank GroupWorld Bank

Question 10: Where economic issues merge with social and political ones, it is referred to as ________.
International relationsDevelopment economicsDevelopment studiesSocial sciences







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