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Ownership: Quiz


Question 1: Intellectual (IP) property refers to a legal entitlement (government-granted limited monopoly) which sometimes attaches to the expressed form of an ________, or to some other intangible subject matter.
René DescartesIdeaMartin HeideggerGottfried Leibniz

Question 2: A patent may be granted in relation to an ________ that is new, useful and not simply an obvious advancement over what existed when the application was filed.
French inventions and discoveriesInventionEnglish inventions and discoveriesDutch inventions and discoveries

Question 3: Ownership is open to anyone who has the ________ and inclination to buy shares in the company.
EconomicsEconomic historyMicroeconomicsMoney

Question 4: ________ and regular institutions can also own the stock; if they own enough, can are considered as part of the 5% ownership category.
Efficient-market hypothesisExchange-traded fundHedge fundMutual fund

Question 5: In the ________ systems personal property may also be called chattels.
Civil law (legal system)ShariaCommon lawReception statute

Question 6: picnic rest stops along highways) or large such as ________, highways, ports, and publicly owned buildings.
National Park ServiceNational parkConservation biologyUnited States

Question 7: In some societies only adult men may own property[citation needed]; in other societies (such as the ________), property is matrilinear and passed on from mother to the son[citation needed].
IroquoisMohawk nationSeneca nationFrench and Indian War

Question 8: The term intellectual property reflects the idea that this subject matter is the product of the ________ or the intellect, and that IP rights may be protected at law in the same way as any other form of property.
MonismGottfried LeibnizAristotleMind

Question 9: One disadvantage of communal ownership, known as the ________, occurs where unlimited unrestricted and unregulated access to a resource (e.g.
Tragedy of the commonsEcological footprintEnvironmental economicsFood security

Question 10: ________ - Assets that a state or certain state agency has jurisdiction over in terms of use.
PrivatizationGovernment-owned corporationPublic sectorPublic ownership


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