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Question 1: When narrowly construed, it refers to applied topics in economics implicating public policy, such as ________, market protection, government fiscal policy,[2] and rent seeking.
Natural monopolyBarriers to entryMonopolyCompetition law

Question 2: ________ focuses on markets by leaving the political—governments, states, legal frameworks—as givens.
Keynesian economicsMoneyEconomicsHeterodox economics

Question 3: ________ often uses political economy to study political and economic development.
FederalismIdeologyPolitical philosophyInternational relations

Question 4: ________ is concerned with politico-economic processes, emphasizing space and environment.
Environmental determinismHuman geographySocial sciencesGeographic information system

Question 5: In the United States, political economy first was taught at the ________; in 1784 Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations was a required textbook.
Zable StadiumThe College of William & MaryWilliam & Mary Tribe footballWilliam & Mary Tribe

Question 6: Many sociologists start from a perspective of production-determining relation from ________.
Karl MarxJeremy BenthamSocialismMarxism

Question 7: ________ studies political economy by studying the relationship between the world capitalist system and local cultures.
Social anthropologyCultural anthropologyAnthropologySocial sciences

Question 8: ________ focuses on the interaction between institutions and human behavior, the way in which the former shapes choices and how the latter change institutional frameworks.
Political philosophyPhilosophySocial sciencesPolitical science

Question 9: French physiocrats, ________, David Ricardo and Karl Marx were some of the exponents of political economy.
Immanuel KantDavid HumeAdam SmithJeremy Bentham

Question 10: ________ documents change, using it to argue political economy; historical works have political economy as the narrative's frame.
Geologic time scalePeriodizationTimeHistory


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