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:: International Competition of Urban Economy First Round ::
 | Post date: 2019/07/7 | 
International Competition of Urban Economy First Round
Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA) intends to hold an the first international competition on urban economics. It is hereby invited all enthusiasts to participate in this competition. The competition will be held from April 21, 2018 to May 21, 2018, awards will be awarded to top performers. Please send your answer sheets to the following email address:  infoiuea.ir
 
Urban Economics Questions

1.Which of the following is one of the founders of Urban Economics?
  1. Johann Heinrich von Thünen
  2. Walter Christaller
  3. August Lösch
  4. All of the above
2. Urban economy foundation was formed in ……..

a. U.S.A
b. France
c. Germany
d. England

3. Which of the following are at the top of the global hierarchy of cities?

a. Shanghai, Frankfurt, Paris
b. Tokyo, New York, London
c. Chicago, Beijing, Berlin
d. Tokyo, Seoul, Milan

4. …………. is at the forefront of the world's most competitive cities in 2018

a. New York
b. London
c. Frankfurt
d. Paris

5. "This industry has the ability to contribute to sustainable employment and help bring peace to the world through bridging nations and cultures." is related to ………….

a. Construction industry
b. Oil
c. E-commerce
d. Tourism

6. In the context of nighttime tourism, the term "city without sleep" (Awake city) was used for the first time in what year and for which city?

a. In 1920, New York
b. In 1930, Montreal
c. In 1940, London
d. In 1950, Paris

7. What is urban entropy?

a. Urban entropy in reality represents the main obstacle to implementing the sustainable development planning process in cities.
b. Urban entropy is a condition of accumulation of inappropriate and negative conditions in the city.
c. Urban entropy is characterized by a number of negative factors, including urban pollution, high-energy consumption and waste, increased vulnerability and fragility, social conflicts, high levels of crime, and so on.
d. All of the above

8. Which of the following is of positive features of commercial complexes or megamalls for cities?

a. Saving time
b. Reducing traffic
c. Citizens’ security
d. All of the above

9. Which of the following is a successful transition to urban knowledge-based economy?

a. Long-term investment in education
b. Development of innovation capacity
c. Modernizing the information infrastructure and creating a favorable economic climate
d. All of the above

10. McKinsey envisions the economic potential of ………$ 2.7 to $ 6.2 trillion in 2025. Investment in this area is expected to reach $ 13 trillion by 2025. Which option is related to the above phrase?

a. IoT
b. R & D
c. E-commerce
d. Network security


 
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