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UBCECON 234Hugh NearySpring

ECON 234 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-4: Spinning Jenny

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C"s = country or countries (depends on the context of the sentence) R&d = research and development tech = technology. High wages in england gave firms
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UBCECON 234Hugh NearySpring

ECON 234 Chapter 1: Allen Global Economic History... Chapter 1

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C"s = country or countries (depends on the context of the sentence) Economic divergence occurred @ around 1500 > voyages to the new world (i. e columbu
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UBCECON 234Hugh NearySpring

ECON 234 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Homo Habilis, Domestication, Homo Sapiens

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11000 b. c = suitable starting point to compare people b/c beginning of village life, first peopling of the americas, end of the pleistocene era and la
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UBCECON 234Hugh NearySpring

ECON 234 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Descendents, Polynesians, Natural Experiment

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The moriori-maori collision (where the maori invaded & sluttered the moriori) is an example of inevitable collision between the well-equipped against i
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UBCECON 234Hugh NearySpring

ECON 234 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Fertile Crescent, Heterosis

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ECON 234 Chapter Notes - Chapter Prologue: Sub-Saharan Africa, Counterargument, Chiropractic

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ECON 234 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sedentary Lifestyle, Linear Pottery Culture, Great Plains

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UBCECON 234Hugh NearySpring

ECON 234 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Inca Empire, Fighting Platform

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Pizarro captured atahualpa (king of incas) despite being @ a numerical disadvantage this capture facilitated & hastened the european conquest of the ne
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UBCECON 234Hugh NearySpring

ECON 234 Chapter 2: Allen Global Economic History... Chapter 2

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C"s = country or countries (depends on the context of the sentence) Geography (significance depends on tech & economic opportunities; tech can reduce b
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UBCECON 234Hugh NearySpring

ECON 234 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Domestication, Pleistocene, Fertile Crescent

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Chapter 6: to farm or not to farm. Unlike popular belief which views hunting-gathering as less rewarding (often starving), more demanding (physically)
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