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UWPSCI231Brent NeedhamSummer

PSCI231 Chapter Notes -Gross Domestic Product, Pareto Efficiency, Imperfect Competition

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Chapters 1, 3, 4, 7, 17, 5 (page 81-86), 6 (page 133-138), 12, 15, 16, 10 (page 231-249), 11, 8 and 9 for course readings. Normative analysis starts wi
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UWPSCI231Brent NeedhamWinter

Notes from readings Chapter 1, 3, and 5.docx

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Normative approach to policy analysis: government policy should seek to promote public interest and focuses on what policy should be. This is very impo
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UWPSCI231Brent NeedhamSpring

PSCI 231 Chapter 9-15: Brander Textbook Notes

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Externality: can be defined as rising when a consumer"s well-being or a producer"s productive capacity is directly affected by the actions of other con
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UWPSCI231Brent NeedhamSpring

PSCI231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Predatory Pricing

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UWPSCI 110Jingjing HuoWinter

PSCI 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Infant Mortality, Xenophobia, World Currency

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Advanced democracies- characterized by institutional liberal democracy and capitalism. Despite set of shared core instit"ns ad differ greatly in how th
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UWPSCI 110Jingjing HuoWinter

PSCI 110 Chapter Notes -Mikhail Gorbachev, Presidential System, Curbed

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Democracy is political power exercised either directly or indirectly through participation, competition and liberty. There are various and competing ex
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UWPSCI264Gerard BoychukFall

PSCI264 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: The Federalist Papers, Direct Democracy, Originalism

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Debated over having an individual leader or a committee. Fear of one person holding too much power. Didn"t want to resemble europe and be subject to si
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UWPSCI264Gerard BoychukFall

PSCI264 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sampling Frame, Wield, Response Bias

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Poor - vote for more social programs. This isn"t always the case as sometimes poor states and districts vote for the candidate who wants to raise taxes
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UWPSCI264Oleg KodolovFall

Week 9.docx

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UWPSCI264Oleg KodolovFall

Week 10.docx

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UWPSCI264Gerard BoychukFall

PSCI264 Chapter Notes - Chapter oct 20: Amanda Bennett, Journalistic Objectivity

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Removal of bias is very important in politics. The media is free to do what it wants. The media needs to be fair and biased (this position generally ou
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UWPSCI264Gerard BoychukFall

PSCI264 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Elite Theory

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Partisanship - taking the side of a party or following the ideologies of a political party. Founding father, james madison, warned against lobbyists (
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