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MCGILLPOLI 474Erik KuhontaSpring

POLI 474 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: The Communist Manifesto, United States Department Of State, Commodity Fetishism

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15 Apr 2018
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A critical stage in his argument was his take-off stage coming commercialized, industrialization and technology gaining ground: strong neo-liberal argu
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MCGILLPOLI 474Erik KuhontaSpring

POLI 474 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Personalism, Elective Affinities, Wage War

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15 Apr 2018
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Strong institutions are the political foundations for equitable development because they ensure that public interests supersede private interests. Cent
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MCGILLPOLI 474Erik KuhontaSpring

POLI 474 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Proletariat, Research Question, Kharif Crop

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15 Apr 2018
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West bengal: parliamentary communism and reform from above. Won the elections in 1977 and 1982 in the province of west bengal. It operates as a provinc
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MCGILLPOLI 474Erik KuhontaSpring

POLI 474 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Leviathan, Clientelism, Social Democracy

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15 Apr 2018
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Their success would weaken particularistic elite sectors, strengthen poor categories who could provide countervailing power, and extend the state"s pen
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MCGILLPOLI 474Erik KuhontaSpring

POLI 474 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Alexis De Tocqueville, Social Forces, Upper Class

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15 Apr 2018
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Main argument: the british society has been characterized by the individual advancement through the acquisition of wealth (by the upper class). Inequal
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MCGILLPOLI 212Vincent PostFall

POLI 212 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Prime Head, Presidential System, Party System

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15 Apr 2018
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Theories explain they explain as many things as possible while using as few ingredients as possible (as many = generality, few ingredients = parsimony)
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MCGILLPOLI 212Vincent PostFall

POLI 212 Chapter 6: Toward Consolidated Democracies (Stepan and Linz) - Reading Notes

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MCGILLPOLI 212Vincent PostFall

POLI 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dependent And Independent Variables, Authoritarianism, Artists And Repertoire

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MCGILLPOLI 212Vincent PostFall

POLI 212 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chun Doo-Hwan, Rose Revolution, No Alternative

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15 Apr 2018
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But some are not benign more police, prisons, surveillance. A strong state is a prerequisite for democracy, and also a prerequisite for a functioning m
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MCGILLPOLI 212Vincent PostFall

POLI 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Arend Lijphart, Consensus Democracy, Proportional Representation

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15 Apr 2018
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Reading notes (cid:858)de(cid:373)o(cid:272)rati(cid:272) politi(cid:272)al yste(cid:373)s(cid:859) (cid:894)lijphart(cid:895: arend lijphart distingui
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MCGILLPOLI 212Vincent PostFall

POLI 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Europeanisation, The Tradition, Socalled

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MCGILLPOLI 212Vincent PostFall

POLI 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Security Dilemma, Ethnic Conflict

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15 Apr 2018
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Containing fear (lake and rothchild) reading notes. Main objective: understand ethnic conflict and collective (national) identities how. Lake and rothc
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MCGILLPOLI 212Vincent PostFall

POLI 212 Chapter 2: Spruyt - Reading Notes

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15 Apr 2018
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Spruit, hendrick institutional selection in international relations: state. Anarchy as order (reading notes: spruit is talking about historical changes
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MCGILLPOLI 212Vincent PostFall

POLI 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Loose Coupling, Europeanisation, Social Mobility

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15 Apr 2018
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Europe contains more genuinely democratic states than any other continent on earth. Europe is not just a place, but an idea and an identity. Economics,
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture 18: HENNING – Reading Notes .docx

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Integration: the case of europe reading notes. Puzzle: seeking to theorize and explain the european monetary integration using its international/system
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MCGILLECON 208Irakli JaparidizeFall

ECON 208 Lecture 10: ECON 208 - Chapter 10 .docx

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22 Apr 2015
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A monopolist faces a negatively sloped demand curve. If the monopolist charges the same price for all units sold, its total revenue (tr) is: Average re
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture 4: KAMIKAWA - Reading Notes .docx

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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mercantilism, Multinational Corporation

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15 Feb 2015
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MCGILLECON 208Irakli JaparidizeFall

ECON 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Canada A National Rugby Union Team, Perfect Competition, Marginal Cost

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15 Feb 2015
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In the 19th century, economists emphasized the functional distribution of income. Focusing on the sources of income lost usefulness because of blurred
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MCGILLECON 209EishaWinter

ECON 209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Opportunity Cost, Real Interest Rate, Interest Rate

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15 Feb 2015
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The national accounts divide actual gdp into its components: ca, ia, ga, nxa. Desired aggregate expenditure = total aggregate expenditure that an econo
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MCGILLECON 208Irakli JaparidizeFall

ECON 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Marginal Product, Fixed Cost, Diminishing Returns

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12 Feb 2015
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Organization of firms : 6 basic types: single proprietorships, ordinary partnerships, limited partnerships: A firm that has one owner who is personally
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Arms Control, Humanitarian Intervention, Economic Integration

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12 Feb 2015
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Reading notes: acharya regional security arrangements in a multipolar world. In the contemporary international system, two types of actors are seeking
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MCGILLECON 209EishaWinter

ECON 209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Real Interest Rate, What Lies Ahead, Nominal Interest Rate

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12 Feb 2015
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To measure total output in dollars, we add up the values of the many different goods produced: this gives nominal national income, with base-period pri
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MCGILLECON 208Irakli JaparidizeFall

ECON 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Shortage, Demand Curve, Price Floor

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10 Feb 2015
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Partial-equilibrium analysis examines a single market in isolation and ignores feedback effects from other markets. In general, this is appropriate whe
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MCGILLECON 208Irakli JaparidizeFall

ECON 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Excess Supply, Exogeny, Relative Price

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10 Feb 2015
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The total amount of some product that consumers in the relevant market want to buy in a given time period is influenced by these important variables: H
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MCGILLECON 208Irakli JaparidizeFall

ECON 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Taxation In Canada, Old Age Security, Proportional Tax

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10 Feb 2015
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The affect of a tax on the distribution of income can be summarized in terms of the progressivity of the tax. What fraction of the person"s income is p
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MCGILLPOLI 231Jacob LevyFall

POLI 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Polynices, Sophocles

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10 Feb 2015
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The right of an individual to reject society"s infringement on his freedom to perform a personal obligation, illustrated by antigone"s refusal to dicta
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