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Department
Political Science
Course
POL101Y1
Professor
Steven Clarkson
Semester
Fall

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L9 Nov. 6 Huber 40mins Huber theorizes using his “power resource theory” They endorse the political clas4 struggle. Unions and leftist parties. Struggle for welfare state is for distribution Pontusson 35mins Consequences of the welfare state for income distribution as well as economic 5 growth---important to touch on corporatism and that the state shares smooth and strong economic growth to promote benefits of re-investment Cameron 1 hr. Why some nations are more successful in maintaining near to full employment in an3 era of economic decline? 2 reasons 1. Political parties 2. Org. of major producer group in adv. Capitalist The more liberal the market the more strikes means less efficiency and less economic growth L10 Nov. 20 Pierson 2hrs Theorizes, retrenchment occurs when gov’t are strong enough to not care about pub3ic outcry, and if there is electorate slack (not being held accountable) Banting 40mins “On balance, it is difficult to avoid the conclusion that we have weakened the 3 collective mechanisms of economic security” Clarkson 40mins The deterioration in welfare program in response to globalization was made by 5 decision makers in Canada according to their fiscal constraints or ideological comparatives L11 Nov. 27 Clarkson & 45mins Busine
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