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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 73 pages long!)

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4 Dec 2017
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Why do burundi and haiti have the same income per capita today as in 1960 where. Why are people in france and the netherlands today so much richer than
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 73 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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Why do burundi and haiti have the same income per capita today as in 1960 where. Why are people in france and the netherlands today so much richer than
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Adverse Selection, Moral Hazard

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23 Jun 2017
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High h is good for the bank -- high cost to escape makes it less likely. Screening by only loaning to non-risky poor people k= (rw)/(r-h) Young people
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Moral Hazard, Adverse Selection, Crop Insurance

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23 Jun 2017
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Perfectly competitive market this is not a problems. Two farmers, a and b: plant corn. 50% chance things go well . 50% chance things go badly sh. Under
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Dean Karlan, Microcredit, Fixed Capital

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23 Jun 2017
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This does not seem to be the case: Most loans appear to be taken for productive purposes. However it could be that only those with high rates of return
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Jessica Cohen, Mosquito Net, Poverty Trap

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23 Jun 2017
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Skeptics have been quick to point out that it is not clear whether maria-infested countries are poor because of malaria, Or perhaps their inability to
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: James Wolfensohn, Maternal Death, Microcredit

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23 Jun 2017
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Micro-credit schemes, for example, have been directed almost exclusively at women, because, it is argued, women invest. Former world bank president, ja
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Millennium Development Goals, Sub-Saharan Africa, Suharto

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23 Jun 2017
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A large majority of policy makers, at least in international. Perhaps the most visible articulation of this argument can be found in the un"s. 8 goals
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Malnutrition, Sub-Saharan Africa, Public Health

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23 Jun 2017
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Economies Of Agglomeration, Network Effect, Import Substitution Industrialization

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23 Jun 2017
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Cash Transfers, Oportunidades, Human Capital

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23 Jun 2017
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And a similar restriction applies in mexico"s oportunidades. Made conditional on certain behaviors of recipient households. More specifically these are
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Tied Aid, Ferdinando Galiani, Loan

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23 Jun 2017
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The average american thinks we spend 27% of gdp and want it to be at 10% the actual is . 3% The international transfer of public funds in the form of
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Randomized Controlled Trial, Amartya Sen, Capability Approach

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23 Jun 2017
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Take the test once then tutor then take it again. Time can make them do better anyways-- already seen the test it doesn"t account for other factors. Ex
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jeffrey Sachs, International Inequality, Montesquieu

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23 Jun 2017
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Why do burundi and haiti have the same income per capita today as in 1960 where. Why are people in france and the netherlands today so much richer than
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Informal Sector, Washington Consensus, North American Free Trade Agreement

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23 Jun 2017
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(2) informal firms are small, unproductive, and stagnant. (3) regulation doesn"t keep informal firms down. De soto (1989) argued that informal firms wo
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Maquiladora, Washington Consensus, Planet Money

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23 Jun 2017
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Planet money podcast: episode 755: the phone at the end of the world -- 300 words for 1 pt. Main idea is to find the main problem and try and get over
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sub-Saharan Africa, Systematic Review

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23 Jun 2017
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Poverty Trap, Human Capital

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23 Jun 2017
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Capacity curve - how your income today affects your productivity and how that productivity affects the income you"re going to have tomorrow. Less than
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Economic History, Basel Iii, Walt Whitman Rostow

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23 Jun 2017
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Gdp = consumption + investment + government spending + exports (nx) Y= c + i + g + nx. Yt = ct + it (or) yt = ct + st. How delta percent of capital dep
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Infant Industry Argument, Foreign Direct Investment, Comparative Advantage

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23 Jun 2017
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Some economists and politicians believe that an active gov in developing country could counteract the power of the local elites and countries in the ce
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UMDECON 315SaltielSpring

ECON 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Washington Consensus, Capital Accumulation, Developing Country

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23 Jun 2017
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Economic agents count not self-coordinate to promote economic development before 1960. Therefore, large potential for the government to intervene and s
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Dont, Environmental Determinism, Industrial Revolution

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6 Dec 2016
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Natural resource: is anything created through natural processes (limited and none recyclable) that people use and value. Renewal- are replaced continua
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Darfur, Promiscuity, Warren Buffett

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6 Dec 2016
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As population begins to grow food production doesn"t necessarily follow the same pattern** will have population problems in asia and africa (africa is
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UMDPSYC 100Ryan CurtisSpring

PSYC 100 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Social Desirability Bias, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Systematic Desensitization

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29 Nov 2016
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I put a ball in the box, when i leave the room nicole put the ball in the basket. Theory of mind: nicole thinks that i will look for the ball in the bo
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UMDECON 306Peter CoughlinFall

ECON 306 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Demand Curve, Reservation Price, One Unit

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15 Nov 2016
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UMDECON 306Peter CoughlinFall

ECON 306 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ope, Rahon, Lump Sum

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15 Nov 2016
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UMDECON 306Peter CoughlinFall

ECON 306 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Chlordiazepoxide, Ogu People, Exogeny

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15 Nov 2016
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UMDECON 306Peter CoughlinFall

ECON 306 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Indifference Curve, Shap, Consumer Choice

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15 Nov 2016
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, Paul Wolfowitz, Multilateral Trade Negotiations

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15 Nov 2016
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World trade organization (formerly gatt and now wto): was established in 1948 when the general agreement on tariffs and trade (gatt)was ratified by 23
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture 12: Political Transition

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3 Nov 2016
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Democracy- has been practiced by people throughout the world to varying degrees. The word democracy derives from two greek words: Democracy is a system
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Ethnic Group, Tribalism, Socioeconomic Status

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3 Nov 2016
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Tribalism: an outdated term that was used by westerners to refer to groups of indigenous peoples in africa, asia, and latin america. Ethnic identity: t
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture 10: Chapter 10: Women in the Developing World

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3 Nov 2016
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Our perception is shaped by values learned from people and things around us through a process called socialization: Socialization: is the process in wh
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Favela

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3 Nov 2016
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56 million of which live in poverty. 1/3 of the population lives in a favela. 1/6 of the population does not have access to sewage, electricity, or run
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture 13: Chapter 8: Migration

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3 Nov 2016
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Migration: is the movement from one place to another whether is forced, internal, international, or voluntary. Emigration: a move from a particular loc
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sub-Saharan Africa, Lower Respiratory Tract Infection, Coronary Artery Disease

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3 Nov 2016
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Top 5 causes of death in developing countries: coronary heart disease, lower respiratory infections, hiv/aids, perinatal conditions, stroke and other c
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UMDECON 306Peter CoughlinFall

ECON 306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Opportunity Cost, Dependent And Independent Variables

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28 Sep 2016
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The rate at which the dependent variable is changing as you increase independent variable. Slope of the budget line measures opportunity cost of good 1
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UMDECON 306Peter CoughlinFall

ECON 306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Chocolate Syrup, Chocolate Ice Cream, Pepperoni

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28 Sep 2016
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Saying that two goods are perfect substitutes for a consumer means he is willing to substitute one good for the other at a constant rate. Lou can choos
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UMDECON 306Peter CoughlinFall

ECON 306 Lecture 5: Chapter 2 Budget Constraint.. again

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28 Sep 2016
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The price of good 1 is 5x the price of good 2. Nicole spends her entire income and consumes 10 units of good 1 and 25 units of good 2. In going from we
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: East India Company, Colonial India, Urdu

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26 Sep 2016
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Backgruntil the protestant reformation allowed holland and england to challenge spain and. The british presence in india lasted from 1608 to 1947. Brit
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UMDGEOG 130LunaFall

GEOG 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: One-Child Policy, List Of Countries By Human Development Index, Deng Xiaoping

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26 Sep 2016
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Outline: demographic transition model, population pyramid, human development index (hdi, gender-related development index (gdi, doubling time, dependen
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