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:: International Competition of Urban Economy Second Round ::
 | Post date: 2019/07/7 | 
International Competition of Urban Economy Second Round
Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA) intends to hold an the second international competition on urban economics. It is hereby invited all enthusiasts to participate in this competition. The competition will be held from November 22, 2018 to December 21, 2018, awards will be awarded to top performers. Please send your answer sheets to the following email address:  infoiuea.ir
 
1. On a global scale, large cities account for ……… percent of the world’s consumption of goods and services.

a. 50 percent
b. 60 percent
c. 70 percent
d. 80 percent

2. Today, many of the world’s major cities, including Seoul, New York, Tokyo, Shanghai, Singapore, Amsterdam, Cairo, and Dubai, work on ........ with the help of companies such as Cisco, ABB, HP, Siemens, Ericsson etc.

a. Smart
b. Branding
c. Tourism
d. Skyscrapers

3. Which city is more active in the smart city and has more fame in Asia?

a.  Dubai
b. Beijing
c. Bangalore
d. Seoul

4. The first international conference on eco cities was held in 1990 in ……..

a. Adelaide Australia
b. Shenzhen China
c. Yoff Senegal
d. California America

5. In ......... known as the City of Bicycles, 38% of all intra-city trips are carried out by bike, and this index reaches 57% in the central region of the city. There are 800,000 bikes in this city with 750000 people.

a. Bern
b. Stockholm
c. Amsterdam
d. Helsinki

6. Based on the Siemens Index, the city is ranked as a green and smart city. It will also pursue a bold project to reach the first carbon-free capital by 2050. It is ……..

a. Copenhagen
b. Berlin
c. Hong Kong
d. Melbourne

7. In 2012, the United Nations Human Settlements Committee (Un-Habitat) designed a tool to measure the sustainability of cities, known as ..........

a. Urban livability
b. City prosperity
c. Urban competitiveness
d. Urban entrepreneurship

8. Globally, due to the growth of cities and the increase in urban populations, since 2008, ………. percent has been added to traffic in cities around the world.

a. 13 percent
b. 18 percent
c. 24 percent
d. 30 percent

9. Which of the following is one of the most important financial problems in relation to urban infrastructure?

a. Insufficient funding due to the inefficient financial transfer system from the central government
b. Insufficient municipal Income from taxes and other sources of income
c. Limited access to loans and other forms of financing
d. All of the above

10. This economic model is a unique way for global development. Scientists suggest that one percent of the world’s GDP annually be invested in this sector. On a global scale, $ 630 billion of investment will create 20 million new jobs by 2030. It is ………

a. International economy
b. Energy economy
c. Green economy
d. Accumulated economy

 
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