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University of North Carolina BUS 342-11D Exam 1_2016

 Question Question 1
1.5 / 1.5 pts
Laws in most economies in the world allow selling equity stakes to crowdfunding backers.True

False

Question 2
3.5 / 3.5 pts
The village-phone model has been reported to be replicated in ____________________.

Cameroon

China

Canada

Czech Republic

Question 3
3 / 3 pts
In the EU economies, commercial banks are the main source of finance for ___________ of SMEs.

about four-fifth

about half

about one-fifth

about one-third

Question 4
1 / 1 pts
In the DRC, there is about one bank branch for every 100,000 inhabitants.

True

False

Question 5
0 / 2 pts
The supply-side perspective of entrepreneurship deals with sources of  opportunities and the entrepreneurial roles that need to be filled in an  economy.

True

False

IncorrectQuestion 6
0 / 1 pts
Micro-loans in the DRC are mainly used for capital investment.

True

False

Question 7
1 / 1 pts
In recent years, more and more microfinance is being supplied by investors interested in profits.

True

False

Question 8
1,5 / 1.5 pts
Microcredit organizations have found that the probability that poor people repay their loans is very low.

True

False

Question 9
2.5 / 2.5 pts
What is the proportion of young Russians, who said that they have “successfully adapted to capitalism”?

75

50

100

80

Question 10
3 / 3 pts
Repayment rates in microcredit organizations are in the_________ range.

50-60 percent

97-98 percent

5-10 percent

70-80 percent

Question 11
0 / 3 pts
Where ae most of the crowdfunding platforms (CFPs) located?

China

Japan

the U.K.

the U,S.

Question 12
3 / 3 pts
In the late 1990s, Western donors provided _________ per year for microcredit.

between US$4-5 billion

between US$400-500 billion

between US$100-200 million

between US$400-500 million

Question 13
0 / 2.5 pts
Managers in which of the following countries tend to have a ‘government takes care of everything’ culture?

China

Germany

India

Japan

Question 14
2.5 / 2.5 pts

The largest firms in _________________have shown reluctance to list on the stock market.

Korea

the U.S.

Colombia

China

Question 15
1 / 1 pts
Available evidence indicates that microfinance loans have been used by  all borrowers only to finance investment and not to pay for consumption.

True

False

Question 16
1 / 1 pts
Informal investments are higher than VC investments in the U.S.

True

False

Question 17
1 / 1 pts
More than half of adults in developing countries have bank accounts.

True

False

Question 18
1 / 1 pts
About a quarter of the U.S. adult population made informal investments during 2008-2010.

True

False

Question 19
2 / 2 pts
The government can do more to bring changes in informal institutions than in formal institutions.

True

False

Question 20
3 / 3 pts
Among the 20 largest IPOs worldwide in 2008, what proportion were from the emerging markets?

25%

50%

75%

90%

Question 21
3 / 3 pts
Among 20 largest IPOs worldwide in 2008, China and Saudi Arabia taken together accounted for ____________.

60%

40%

90%

75%

Question 22
2.5 / 2.5 pts
Entrepreneurship development pattern in the post-socialist economies  indicate that experience and training gained under the communist system  are vely helpful for developing management and business skills needed  for free marketentrepreneurship.

True

False

Question 23
3 / 3 pts
Which of the following is not true about a microfinance institution (MFI)?

An MFI tries to keep overhead expenses very low.

An MFI charges low interest rates with borrowers than charged by commercial banks.

An MFI tries to keep loan defaults low.

An MFI borrows funds at a low cost.

Question 24
1 / 1 pts
There are no MFIs in industrialized countries.

True

False

Question 25
1 / 1 pts
Acumen fund’s loans and projects are bigger than that are typically funded by MFIs.

True

False

Question 26
2 / 2 pts
How different ethnic groups differ in terms of their orientation to  entrepreneurship is studied under the supply-side perspective of  entrepreneurship.

True

False

Question 27
2 / 2 pts
Market capitalization as a proportion of GDP is among the lowest in _________________.

Japan

Singapore

Hong Kong

Armenia

Question 28
2 / 2 pts
Which of the following countries achieved the highest rank in “ The Global Cleantech Innovation Index 2012″?

the U.K.

Denmark

Israel

the U.S.

Question 29
2 / 2 pts
Initiatives coming from society are parts of formal institutions and new legal framework is a part of informal institutions.

True

False

Question 30
2.5 / 2.5 pts
In 2009, venture capital investments in Israel was ___________.

US$0.18 per person

1.8% of GDP

18% of GDP

less than 0.2% of GDP

Question 31
2 / 2 pts
A study of how technological changes influence entrepreneurship in a country comes under the demand-side perspective.

True

False

Question 32
2 / 2 pts
A study of how the policy of nation-states influence entrepreneurship in a country comes under the demand-side perspective.

True

False

Question 33
3 / 3 pts
In which of the following countries, middle classes are more inclined  toward real estate investments than investing in the stock market.

The U.K.

Mexico

Japan

the U.S.

Question 34
2 / 2 pts
The liquidity ratio for bank is the highest in __________.

the United Kingdom

Colombia

the U.S.

Argentina

Question 35
0 / 3.5 pts
Which of the following is an institutional factor influencing entrepreneurship in an economy?

Access to capital

Anti-entrepreneurship societal norms

Gross national product

Balance of payment

Question 36
2.5 / 2.5 pts
Where is Timbro from?

France

The U.S.

Denmark

Sweden

Question 37
2 / 2 pts
Women’s education in a country comes under ____________.

social infrastructure

domestic macro environment

global macro environment

physical infrastructure

Question 38
1 / 1 pts
China has better developed infrastructures than in India.

True

False

Question 39
1.5 / 1.5 pts
The liquidity ratio for banks is higher in the United Kingdom than in the U.S.

True

False

Question 40
2 / 2 pts
Private credit as a percentage of GDP is ___ for low income countries and _____ for high income countries.

12%, 25%

25%, 85%

12%, 30%

12%, 85%

Question 41
1 / 1 pts
In the World Bank Group’s Doing Business 2010 report, Bulgaria ranked first in the Central and Eastern European region.

True

False

IncorrectQuestion 42
0 / 2 pts
Starting a business requires ________ in Angola.

more than 8 times per capita income

twice the per capita income

more than 10 times per capita income

more than 5 times per capita income

Question 43
1 / 1 pts
Timbro is a China-based think tank.

True

False

Question 44
2 / 2 pts
Studies have shown that people who have a formal title to their property are likely to invest up to _____ more in businesses.

37%

31%

47%

16%

Question 45
1 / 1 pts
Colombian informal economy employs less than a fifth of the country’s population.

True

False

Question 46
2 / 2 pts
In the EU economies, commercial banks are the main source of finance for about ___ of SMEs.

100%

a quarter

four-fifth

half

Question 47
2 / 2 pts
In China, small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) account for _____of new jobs

65%

50%

25%

75%

Question 48
1 / 1 pts
In 2007, more than half of families in Bogotá had access to a financial system.

True

False

Question 49
1 / 1 pts
In 2010, Ethiopia was named as the best East African country to do business

True

False

Question 50
0 / 2.5 pts
Which of the following has the lowest share of nonagricultural workforce that is informal?

Brazil

India

Sub-Sahara Aafrica

Pakistan

Question 51
2.5 / 2.5 pts
In which of the following economies, market-based banking forces banks to achieve high returns?

the DRC

India

OECD

China

Question 52
Which of the following is not an entrepreneurial impact?

formalization of the informal sector

economic growth

poverty reduction

economic redistribution

Question 53
1.5 / 1.5 pts
In most cases, informal businesses are large.

True

False

Question 54
3.5 / 3.5 pts
In which of the following country, many employees want nationalization  of their companies so they can become government employees?

The U.S.

Venezuela

India

The Philippines

Question 55
1.5 / 1.5 pts
Most of the loans China’s four largest banks are given to SMEs .

True

False

Question 56
1.5 / 1.5 pts
Returns on VC funds to investors in the U.S. have been about twice as much as the average of stocks

True

False

Question 57
2 / 2 pts
In Haiti, there is one bank for every ___________ people.
.

5,000

50,000

100,000

1,000,000

Question 58
1.5 / 1.5 pts
Most young Russians have a favorable attitude towards the country’s wealthy business tycoons.

True

False

Question 59
1.5 / 1.5 pts
Less than half of the young Russians said that they have “successfully adapted to capitalism”.

True

False

Question 60
2.5 / 2.5 pts
Which of the following is not one of the main building blocks of The OECD/EUROSTAT framework for Entrepreneurship Indicators?

performance

impacts

globalization

determinants

Question 61
1 / 1 pts
All enterprises less than 5 years old with average annualised growth in  employees greater than 20% per annum over a three year period and with  10 ore more employees in the beginning of the observation period are  called _____________.

Growth Enterprises

Gazelles

High Growth Enterprises

Survived Enterprises.

Question 62
1 / 1 pts
All enterprises with average annualised growth in employees greater than  10% per annum over a three year period are called high growth  enterprises.

True

False

Question 63
1 / 1 pts
Singapore’s GDP per capita in 2012 was about US$52,000. How much does it cost to start a new business in the country?

Little over US$3,000

About US$2,000

Little over US$300

US$900

Question 64
1 / 1 pts
Which of the following countries is the most friendly to small businesses?

Indonesia

India

Brazil

New Zealand

Question 65
1 / 1 pts
In terms of venture activity, Israel’s Tel Aviv is the largest hub in the world.

True

False

Question 66
1 / 1 pts
Colombia is Latin America’s biggest oil producer

True

False

University of North Carolina BUS 342-11D Exam 1_2016

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