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How do private property rights encourage individuals to work, save, and invest?
Individuals can keep the gains they earn.
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Which of the following do private property rights involve?
The right to exclusive use of the property. Legal protection against those who would seek to use or abuse the property without the owner’s permission. The right to transfer, sell, exchange, or mortgage the property.
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That the government should not interfere in the economy other than to protect private property rights and maintain peace.
What did laissez-faire supporters believe about the role of government in economic affairs?
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The market system depends on private property ownership and the protection of private property rights to
provide an incentive to maintain property and allow for the orderly transfer of property ownership
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A system of private property rights
encourages economic growth by creating incentives to invest in capital and to be innovative.
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4. Laissez-faire capitalism limits the government’s economic functions to the following, except: A. Protecting private property rights B. Establishing a legal environment to enforce contracts among individuals C. Preventing individuals and firms from coercing others D. Setting prices of individual goods and services
D. Setting prices of individual goods and services
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Adam Smith was the first to articulate the view that _______. a. individuals acting in self-interest would benefit society (as long as the behavior was constrained by private property rights) b. markets must be regulated to control the negative effects on society c. individuals would benefit society no matter what form of economics were in place d. individuals acting in self-interest would harm society
The keys to Botswana’s rate of economic growth are not shared by the other countries in the region. The most important contributing factor to Botswana’s recent growth is A. discovery of oil reserves B. massive government investment in heavy industries and infrastructure of the country C. government policies that protect private property rights, freedom of press and democracy, and avoid political instability and corruption D. government policies that promote export to the developed countries
C. government policies that protect private property rights, freedom of press and democracy, and avoid political instability and corruption
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t or f supporters of laissez-faire believe the government should not interfere in the economy other than to protect private property rights and maintain peace