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ANUPOLS4011Dr Annika WernerFall

POLS4011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Economic And Social Research Council, Punctuated Equilibrium, Bounded Rationality

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14 Jun 2020
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Topics: constraints on rational policy-making: early critique, new approaches. Challenge to rational ebpm: psychology of policy making: bounded rationa
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POLS4011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Evidencenetwork.Ca, Public Administration, Scenario Analysis

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14 Jun 2020
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Clients: a moving target (chapter 2), routledge: new york. The term clients was used to define users and not beneficiaries of analytical work. The hist
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ANUPOLS4011Dr Annika WernerFall

POLS4011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Policy, Focus Group, Richard Denniss

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14 Jun 2020
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Required: colebatch 2006, what work makes policy? , policy sciences, vol. Policy process sees the policy process as an exercise in informed problem-sol
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ANUPOLS4011Dr Annika WernerFall

POLS4011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Problem Gambling, Social Cost, Market Failure

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14 Jun 2020
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ANUPOLS4011Dr Annika WernerFall

POLS4011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pareto Efficiency, Perfect Competition, Homo Economicus

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14 Jun 2020
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What makes a model useful is that it captures an aspect of reality, specifically the most relevant aspect of reality in a given context. These contexts
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ANUPOLS4011Dr Annika WernerFall

POLS4011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Impact Evaluation, Statistical Significance, Jargon

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14 Jun 2020
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ANUPOLS4011Dr Annika WernerFall

POLS4011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Policy Sciences, Policy, Social Network

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14 Jun 2020
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Week 2 notes - expertise and the technocratic state. The history and origins of evidence-based policy making; early frameworks and current debates. Pub
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ANUPOLS4011Dr Annika WernerFall

POLS4011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Policy Analysis, Program Evaluation, Policy Studies

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14 Jun 2020
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Defined as evidence-based advice giving, as the process by which one arrives at a policy recommendation to address a problem of public concern. By poli
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ECON1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nash Equilibrium, Strategic Dominance, Opportunity Cost

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14 Jun 2020
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The united states and china are deciding on whether to impose higher tariffs on imports from the other country. President trump and president xi believ
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ECON1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Price Discrimination, Demand Curve, Marginal Revenue

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14 Jun 2020
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Monopolists always earn excessive profits and are always inefficient. explain your answer. Monopolists often earn excessive profits and are inefficient
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ECON1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Economic Equilibrium, Economic Surplus, Externality

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14 Jun 2020
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ECON1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage, Opportunity Cost

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14 Jun 2020
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ECON1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Market Distortion, Externality, Marginal Revenue

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ECON1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Imperfect Competition, Adverse Selection, Moral Hazard

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14 Jun 2020
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Adverse selection is an information-related market failure; specifically, asymmetric information: where one of the market has more information than the
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ECON1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Public Good, Marginal Cost, Private Good

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14 Jun 2020
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The correct answer is: my consumption of the good does not prevent your consumption of it. The correct answer is: people cannot be effectively prevente
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ECON1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Tax Rate, Regressive Tax, Progressive Tax

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14 Jun 2020
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The correct answer is: the tax rate you pay on the next dollar you earn. Select one: the tax rate you pay on the next dollar you earn, the tax rate you
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ANUPOLS2009Dr Maria MaleyFall

POLS2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Session 9, Emergence, International Political Sociology

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14 Jun 2020
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Research is a social and intellectual activity that involves systematic inquiry aimed at describing and explaining the world. The research for publishe
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ANUPOLS2009Dr Maria MaleyFall

POLS2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Normative Ethics, Applied Ethics, Publication Bias

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14 Jun 2020
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Research driven publication bias: selection (also known as the file drawer effect , where studies with nonsignificant results have lower publication ra
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ANUPOLS2009Dr Maria MaleyFall

POLS2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Internal Validity, Treatment And Control Groups, Dependent And Independent Variables

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14 Jun 2020
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Week 10: experiments: true experiments: rct : sometimes used to refer to any randomized experiment where the three characteristics are fulfilled. C: th
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ANUPOLS2009Dr Maria MaleyFall

POLS2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: General Idea, Meta-Analysis, Experiment

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14 Jun 2020
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Choosing something that matters practical and theoretical significance. Conduct a meta-analysis: an overview of findings from statistical research alre
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ANUPOLS2009Dr Maria MaleyFall

POLS2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Snowball Sampling, Internal Validity, Written Language

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14 Jun 2020
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ANUPOLS2009Dr Maria MaleyFall

POLS2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Millennium Villages Project, Policy Analysis, Presupposition

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14 Jun 2020
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GOVT2552 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Comparative Politics

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10 Jul 2019
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PHIL2634 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Justice As Fairness, Meritocracy, Distributive Justice

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10 Jul 2019
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SCLG2616 Study Guide - Final Guide: Class Consciousness, Consumerism, Neoliberalism

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10 Jul 2019
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USYD, USYDSCLG1001Robert van KriekenFall

SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Thomas Piketty, Economic Liberalism, Classical Liberalism

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10 Jul 2019
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USYD, USYDSCLG1001Robert van KriekenFall

SCLG1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Biomedicine, Thalidomide, Public Administration

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10 Jul 2019
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Reinhard Selten, Public Goods Game, John Harsanyi

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27 Jun 2019
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Rent-Seeking, Unearned Income

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27 Jun 2019
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Industrial Policy, World Trade Organization, Comparative Advantage

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27 Jun 2019
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Trade and development: according to justin lin"s new structural economics, the key driver of development is steady ascension up the value chain. Import
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Adverse Selection, Perfect Competition, Market Failure

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27 Jun 2019
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Common-Pool Resource, Efficient-Market Hypothesis, Market Failure

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27 Jun 2019
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rent-Seeking, Dictator Game, Unearned Income

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27 Jun 2019
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Covered: (1) rents; (2) game theory, chicken game, prisoners dilemma, fta, the dictator game. A rent can be seen as: unearned income eg: bidding for co
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Comparative Advantage, Opportunity Cost, Human Capital

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27 Jun 2019
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Imperfect Competition, Demand Curve, Making Money

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27 Jun 2019
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The idea is that a good sold in different places will sell for the same price. Conditions are a competitive market and no trade frictions. Price will d
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Perfect Competition, Market Failure, Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation

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27 Jun 2019
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Perfect information: buys and sellers have full information, they are not deceived or ignorant. Perfect competition: there are many buyers and sellers,
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ECON1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tax Wedge, Economic Surplus, Progressive Tax

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27 Jun 2019
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Why do we have a tax and transfer system: rrm. Raise revenue for government expenditure eg: public goods. Graphing: steps: tax wedge is on the left han
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ECON1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Social Choice Theory, Rent-Seeking, Public Choice

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1 Jun 2019
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What is a rent: rent has multiple meanings in economics, unearned income e. g. from having monopoly rights granted by the gov to an oasis (monopoly ren
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GOVT3987 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Cronyism, Transparency International, Nepotism

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29 May 2019
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(i) where to draw line: (ii) precise definition of what counts as corrupt may differ between countries. Nepotism and cronyism in appointments, contract
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GOVT3987 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Moral Authority, Public Administration Theory

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29 May 2019
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