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Mid Term Review

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POLC38H3
Professor
Ingrid L.Stefanovic

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MIDTERM:
(all of this were just some examples that he gave and that we asked him about lol)
- In this room, same time as next class
- Covering all material assigned
- Remember to differentiate academic (1/2 central ideas) to non-academic articles
- Ask main point of each article
- Principal agent problem **** ex
- Neo-clapism, CLENTILSM*** THOMPSON-THOMPSON ARTICLE, CLAPHAM, VAN
DER WALLE
- Some Clientelism relationships one provided by non-state actors
- Lectures on test (including guest)
- Ex. main point in guest lec. Corruption disproportionately hurts the poor
- Capital:
- Clientelism: exchange of favours b/w patron and client; power imbalance but reciprocal
H[FKDQJHjWDNHIRUPRIMREVjRZQDELOLW\WRSXWXS³WROO´ERRWKjZRIL[LQJSRW-hole and making
ppl pay
- Neo-patrimonialism
- Patrimonialism: ex. North Korea
- Patronage: giving jobs to friends and family
- Prebends
- Principal-agent problem: principal able to contract w/agent and insures their working on their
benefit, has to be solved in some way for Clientelism to workàneed to make sure someone is
supporting youàputting together a networkànot best solution because they are also working for
themselves
- Prisoners dilemma
- Weak states
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MIDTERM: (all of this were just some examples that he gave and that we asked him about lol) - In this room, same time as next class - Covering all material assigned - Remember to differentiate academic (12 central ideas) to non-academic articles - Ask main point of each article - Principal agent problem **** ex - Neo-clapism, CLENTILSM*** THOMPSON-THOMPSON ARTICLE, CLAPHAM, VAN DER WALLE - Some Clientelism relationships one provided by non-state actors - Lectures on test (including guest) - Ex. main point in guest lec. Corruption disproportionately hurts the poor - Capital: - Clientelism: exchange of favours bw patron and
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