The long-term fiscal policy responses to the online test, 50 questions, score 4, surrendered in 2014.
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1. The financial policy of the state is part of:
2. The financial policy of the state is:
a) the activities of the state on the use of finance to achieve this goal;
b) the activities of the state to modernize the economy;
c) the activities of the state on the development of small businesses;
d) activities of the state aimed at the withdrawal of funds;
e) the material sphere of the economy.
3. To the subjects of the state financial policy:
a) the financial relations, financial resources;
b) the legislative and executive authorities;
c) The bodies of executive power;
d) Recipients of funds;
d) the senders of funds.
4. The objects of the financial policy of the state does not cover:
a) the formation of relations of tax and non-tax revenues of budgets;
b) Distribution and use of income budgets;
c) the legislative and executive authorities, guide the development of financial relations;
d) the use of revenues of budgets of state extra-budgetary funds;
d) the use of revenues of budgets of state extra-budgetary funds.
5. The basic principles of financial policy are:
a) objectivity and scientific validity, eligibility, publicity;
b) discrete character;
c) The priority of economic interests of subjects of the federation;
1. Financial strategy includes:
a) the tasks of the current period;
b) large-scale goals and objectives, a long-term nature;
c) large-scale goals and objectives of the current period;
g) operational tasks;
d) The correct answer is c) and d).
2. State support systemically important banks during the financial crisis refers to:
a) financial strategy;
b) the financial tactics;
c) the principles of financial policy;
d) Strategic Financial Management;
3. Classic fiscal policy is based on:
a) non-interference of the state in the economy, in the perfect competition, free pricing;
b) on a set of measures for the conscious manipulation of taxes and public expenditure;
c) on the use of discretionary fiscal policy or automatic built-in stabilizers;
g) state intervention in the economy, in the perfect competition, free pricing;
d) the concentration of the state on social policy.
4. Regulatory fiscal policy includes:
a) non-interference of the state in the economy, perfect competition, free pricing;
b) the market economy as a self-regulating mechanism;
c) use of discretionary fiscal policy, the policy of automatic stabilizers built;
d) free monetary policy;
d) the free pricing policy.
5. Discretionary fiscal policy is based on:
a) conscious state regulation level of taxation, government spending to influence the volume of production, employment, inflation;
b) on the use of progressive tax system;
c) on the use of unemployment benefits, welfare payments;
d) on the globalization of economic policy;
d) on the non-interference of the state in the mechanism of the market economy.
1. Insurance in the market economy plays the following role:
a) releases the budget of the cost of compensation for losses upon the occurrence of insured events;
b) it is a type of budget expenditures;
c) carries out a destructive role in the economy;
d) increasing the demand for goods, works and services;
d) a negative impact on production and economic activities of economic entities.
2. Expansionary fiscal policy could include:
a) reduction in public spending;
b) an increase in government