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ECON 452W Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ohalo, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Marginal Product

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Consider the period from 200,000 years ago to 5000 years ago. Harris and ross (1987) think that prehistoric foraging societies had low fertility and lo
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ECON 452W Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Peter Bellwood, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Jared Diamond

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Define each of the following four concepts and explain why it is important for the study of economic prehistory: (a) archaic human; (b) radiocarbon dat
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ECON 452W Final: 452 final exam 2012

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You should mention names of authors when possible. Suppose the definition of economic progress is an increase in the standard of living for a majority
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ECON 452W Final: 452 final exam 12-15-15

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Many archaeologists say that early farmers were worse off than their foraging ancestors. This is rather puzzling, because economists don"t normally exp
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ECON 452W Midterm: midterm 2010

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You should mention names of authors when possible. Sketch the state of (i) global climate; (ii) food technology; and (iii) social organization at. Star
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SFUECON 452WAllSpring

ECON 452W Final: 452 final exam 2007

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You should mention names of authors when possible. Some generalizations about foraging societies often turn out to be oversimplified or untrue when exa
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ECON 452W Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Natufian Culture, Marginal Product

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Starting around 200,000 years ago, anatomically modern humans (homo sapiens) began to spread across the world. If possible provide approximate dates fo
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SFUECON 452WAllSpring

ECON 452W Final: 452 final 2009

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You should mention names of authors when possible. Some authors claim that population growth caused the transition to agriculture. Others say this cann
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ECON 452W Final: final 2010

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You should mention names of authors when possible. Explain the theory about the origins of agriculture provided by dow, reed, and olewiler (2009). You
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SFUECON 452WAllSpring

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Cohen (1989) discusses prehistoric skeletons as a source of evidence about standards of living. Describe the kinds of information that can typically be
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ECON 452W Final: 452 final exam 2012

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You should mention names of authors when possible. Suppose the definition of economic progress is an increase in the standard of living for a majority
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ECON 452W Final: 452 final exam 12-15-15

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Many archaeologists say that early farmers were worse off than their foraging ancestors. This is rather puzzling, because economists don"t normally exp
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SFUECON 452WAllSpring

ECON 452W Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ohalo, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Marginal Product

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Consider the period from 200,000 years ago to 5000 years ago. Harris and ross (1987) think that prehistoric foraging societies had low fertility and lo
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ECON 452W Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Peter Bellwood, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Jared Diamond

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Define each of the following four concepts and explain why it is important for the study of economic prehistory: (a) archaic human; (b) radiocarbon dat
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SFUECON 452WAllSpring

ECON 452W Midterm: midterm 2010

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You should mention names of authors when possible. Sketch the state of (i) global climate; (ii) food technology; and (iii) social organization at. Star
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SFUECON 452WAllSpring

ECON 452W Final: 452 final exam 2007

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You should mention names of authors when possible. Some generalizations about foraging societies often turn out to be oversimplified or untrue when exa
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SFUECON 452WAllSpring

ECON 452W Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Natufian Culture, Marginal Product

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Starting around 200,000 years ago, anatomically modern humans (homo sapiens) began to spread across the world. If possible provide approximate dates fo
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SFUECON 452WAllSpring

ECON 452W Final: 452 final 2009

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You should mention names of authors when possible. Sketch the state of (i) global climate; (ii) food technology; and (iii) social organization at. Star
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ECON 452W Final: 452 final exam fall 2016

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Consider the first 14 chapters of diamond"s book "guns, germs, and steel". In a general way, describe how he answers this question. Then explain the sp
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SFUECON 452WAllSpring

ECON 452W Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Peter Bellwood, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Jared Diamond

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ECON 452W Midterm: 452 midterm 2009

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ECON 452W Final: 452 final exam 2007

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