Past Exam for AREC 365 - HUNGER, POP, & FOOD with Moore at Maryland (UMD)

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Material Type:Final
Class:AREC 365 - HUNGER, POP, & FOOD
Subject:Agricultural and Resource Economics
University:University of Maryland
Term:Spring 1996
  • Replacement Rate
  • Total Fertility Rate
  • Malnutrition
  • Following Statements
  • Population Control
  • Sources of Vitamin A
  • D. All of the Above
  • Traditional
  • Differences
  • Fertility Rate
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Name ____________________ __ SS# __ _ May 16,1996 1. Moore Instructor I. FINAL EXAMINATION AREC-365 True-FalselMultiple Choice (2 points per question) True-False Mark "A" for true and "B" for false. (Questions 1-10 are from your reading assignments.) 1. T F According to Foster, the Chinese Govc:::rnment rewards families with only one child with a "Glory Certificate" and other benefits such as priority medical care and priority admission to good schools. 2. T F In most developing countries as incomes go up above a minimum level, fertility rates increase as well. 3. T F Foster reports that it is incredibly difficult to provide a clean baby formula, let alone a sterile one. 4. T F Foster states that moral suasion is a policy instrument that governments can use to reduce birth rates. 5. T F Lester Brown feels food security can not be separated from environmental sustain ability. 6. T F Lester Brown expects the world seafood catch to double by the year 2030. 7. T F China...

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