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UTSGPOL340Y1Gerard J KennedyFall

Cases.docx

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Procedural facts: how did the case get to the court; Issues: what does the court really have to decide. Obiter dictum ( said in passing ) not essential
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

2. Containment and Confrontation.docx

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During wwii, ussr almost came to a collapse because of operation barbarossa, and the west has to contain the russian war effort. Britain & usa offered
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS344Y1 Lecture Notes - United National Party, Great Power, Atlantic Charter

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4. The Early Cold War.docx

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Entire infrastructure of europe was destroyed; the devastation is unprecedented; Germany, bombed in 1943 through 1945 endlessly and continuously by the
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

3. The Demise of the Grand Alliance.docx

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All three parties are aware that the war will end in months, so at the conference the three powers sat down to map out the post war world and settle ou
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UTSGECO342Y1Jon S.CohenFall

ECO342Y1 Lecture Notes - Gold Standard, Reserve Currency, Open Market Operation

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Focus: great britain, france and the u. s. Many believed that a return to gold = stability, and the best policy = return to pre-war rate of exchange. R
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UTSGECO342Y1Jon S.CohenFall

ECO342Y1 Lecture Notes - Interwar Britain, German Gold Mark, Government Debt

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Governments end war with huge debts, most economics flooded with liquidity. U. s. was the major creditors; u. s. credit financed allies imports during
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UTSGECO342Y1Jon S.CohenFall

ECO342Y1 Chapter Notes -Fiscal Policy, International Political Economy, Central Powers

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Feistein, temin & toniolo, the world economy between the wars (2008) ch. 2* Rapid shift of resources from consumption to arms production; reorganizatio
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UTSGECO342Y1Jon S.CohenFall

Reading Summary Topic 1 - Convergence, Globalization, pre WWI Gold Standard.docx

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O"rourke and williamson, globalization and history (1999) ch. 3*, 4*, 11, 12. Chapter 3: transport revolutions and commodity market integration. Key id
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UTSGECO342Y1Jon S.CohenFall

ECO342Y1 Lecture Notes - Real Wages, Multinational Corporation, Capital Market

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Topic 1 - convergence, globalization and pre wwi gold standard (september 17th, 24th, oct 1st, october 8th) Pre wwi & post wwii (growth) vs. interwar p
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UTSGRSM250H1Ann BarkerFall

250 Notes - All.pdf

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UTSGRSM225H1Dan ShearFall

RSM225H1 Study Guide - Unconscionability, Condition Subsequent, Estoppel

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Implied terms (9): profit/loss; capital contribution; management; disagreements; change in. Gpp business; admitting new partner; book/records; assignin
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UTSGECO326H1Marcin PeskiFall

ECO326H1 Lecture Notes - Subgame, Ultimatum Game, Nash Equilibrium

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UTSGECO326H1Marcin PeskiFall

ECO326H1 Lecture Notes - Nash Equilibrium, Determinacy, Extensive-Form Game

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UTSGECO326H1Marcin PeskiWinter

ECO326H1 Lecture Notes - Strategic Dominance, Utility

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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Monopolistic Competition, Perfect Competition, Demand Curve

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Topic 11 monopolistic competition (week ten nov 24th) P=atc in the long run, and atc is at its minimum. Outline: monopolistic competition vs perfect co
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Marginal Revenue, Perfect Competition, Demand Curve

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Topic 8 perfect competition (week eight nov 1st - nov 10th) Outline: definition, total revenue, marginal revenue, and average revenue, profit maximizin
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

Topic 6 - Consumer Demand Theory 1. Preference: -- Utility Theory -- Indifference Curve (not required) 2. Principle of Diminishing Marginal Utility 3. Consumers seek to maximize utility, subject to budget control -- Optimizing Rule; -- Exa

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Topic 6 consumer demand theory (week six oct 13th oct 18th) - indifference curve (not required: principle of diminishing marginal utility, consumers se
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Marginal Revenue, Natural Monopoly, Price Discrimination

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Topic 9 monopoly (week night nov 10th - nov 15th) Outline: definition, mr < p (dd, profit-maximizing output & price, contrived scarcity : when competit
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

ECO101H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Diminishing Returns, Active Valve Control System, Marginal Cost

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Topic 7 production & cost schedule (week seven oct 25th-nov 1st) Outline: production function, product schedule (short run) - law of diminishing return
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Monopoly Price, Blackberry Limited, Demand Curve

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Topic 10 oligopoly (week ten nov 16th - nov 24th) Outline: oligopoly key features, monopoly profits for oligopolists: cartel, firm cheats; carte breaks
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

Topic 2 - Gains from Trade Production Possibility Frontier; Absolute & Comparative Advantage; trade and specialization; exchange rate and trade line. Comprehensive, clear, with detailed graphs and numerical examples.

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Topic 2 gains from trade (week two sep 20th sep 24th) Assume a society can only produce gumdrops and chocolates: Ppf of gumdrops and chocolates i produ
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

ECO101H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tennis Ball, Sport Utility Vehicle, Demand Curve

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16 Oct 2011
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Topic 4 elasticity of demand (week 3-4 sep 29th oct 4th) You own the only spring in town, which produces sparkling water that you sell for a bottle; Y
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

ECO101H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tennis Ball, Sport Utility Vehicle, Demand Curve

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Topic 4 elasticity of demand (week 3-4 sep 29th oct 4th) You own the only spring in town, which produces sparkling water that you sell for a bottle; Y
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

Topic 1 - The Economic Way of Thinking Opportunity Cost

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Topic 1 - the economic way of thinking (week one sep 13th sep 17th) Economics: the study of how rational people make choices; the study of how society
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UTSGECO101H1James PesandoFall

Topic 3 - Demand Supply and Market Price 1. The Demand Curve -- Law of Downward-Sloping Demand; -- Market vs. Individual Demand Curve; -- Movement Along vs. Shift; 2. The Supply Curve -- Law of Upward-Sloping Supply; -- Market vs. Firm Suppl

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UTSGECO206Y1Loren BrandtFall

Topic 1 - Preferences Preference.

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Topic 1 preference (lecture 2 sept 21st) Puzzles (intro to consumer choices: individuals in need receive voucher"s (housing, food) or cash w/no restric
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UTSGECO220Y1Jennifer MurdockFall

ECO220Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Statistical Inference, Sampling Frame, Level Of Measurement

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Variables: columns in a database; characteristics recorded about each individual or case; (what) Always consider the question why do we need this varia
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UTSGECO206Y1Loren BrandtFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Indifference Curve, Utility, Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research

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Topic 2 utility & indifference curve (lecture 2 sept 21st) Utility function: cu = u(x1, x2, x3, , xn) Math representation of preference ordering: x>y u
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UTSGECO206Y1Loren BrandtFall

Topic 4 - Choice Choice

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Topic 4 choice (lecture 2 sept 23rd) - points on the budget constraint represent choices that fully exhaust individual"s income; - every bundle on the
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UTSGECO206Y1Loren BrandtFall

Topic 3 - Budget Constraint Budget Constraint.

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Topic 3 - budget constraints (lecture 2 sept 21st: goods: x1, x2, price: p1, p2, e: total expenditure/budget the individual has; Assume that all of e i
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Topic 14 WWI Topic 14 WWI

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- austria, after annexed bosnia, land locked serbia; - serbian nationalists decided to liberate the slavic people, forming black hand assassinations; -
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Polish Corridor, David Lloyd George

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- realized the fact that germany is stronger than france; A military guarantee that would ensure french national security; - us did not approve; thus b
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Dunkirk Evacuation, Blitzkrieg, Phoney War

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- with the non-aggression pact, hitler had a free hand to deal with the west; - sep 1st 1939 hitler launched attack on poland, beginning wwii; - sep 3r
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Mein Kampf, Munich Agreement, Eastern Settlement

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- the national socialist german workers" party hitler promised everything to everyone; - germany did not lose wwi; germany was stabbed in the back; - h
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Topic 13 Welpolitik Topic 13 Welpolitik

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- 1887 germany terminated loans; german economic downturn; but russia needed the capital for industrialization; - france approached russia and offered
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Topic 12 Realpolitik & Bismarck Topic 12 Realpolitik & Bismarck

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- keep germany in a majority; majority = security. - isolate france; france could not find an ally nor revenge; - war in sight crisis: g & f. - series
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Topic 9 1815-1848 Topic 9 1815-1848

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Revolutions across europe: france july revolution 1830: - louis philippe in france (the orleans monarchy overthrew bourbon monarchy); - english parliam
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Topic 10 - Crimean War Topic 10 - Crimean War

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- in austria, metternich fell and habsburg monarchy collapse; - britain and russia remain the only two powers untouched by revolutions; - b and r put e
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Topic 11 - Italian and German Unification Topic 11 - Italian and German Unification

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- both the quadruple alliance and the holy alliance have collapsed; - britain: fairly neutral policy; focuses on recovery; - russia: ceases to be the p
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