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FSUINR 2002Different Professorforeach UnitSpring

INR 2002 Chapter 7: INR2002 Chapter 7 Notes

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The puzzle: virtually all economic analysis concludes that trade is economically beneficial. Specialization is the division of labor: central to the ar
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FSUINR 2002Different Professorforeach UnitSpring

INR 2002 Chapter 1: INR2002-Chapter 1 Notes

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Inr2002: chapter 1- what shaped our world- a historical. The emergence of international relations: the mercantilist era. Political/economic power only
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FSUINR 2002Different Professorforeach UnitSpring

INR 2002 Chapter 2: INR2002-Ch. 2 Notes

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Ideological goals: political actors may desire moral, religious, or other ideological goals, including democracy, human equality and dignity, the glory
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FSUINR 2002Marcus" Scott" MeachumSpring

INR 2002 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 Book Notes

War event involving the organized use of military force by two or more parties that reaches a minimum threshold of severity: this definition rules out
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FSUINR 3003Whitney BendeckSpring

INR 3003 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Hegemonic Stability Theory, Power Transition Theory, Preventive War

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FSUINR 4702Jeffery MistichFall

INR 4702 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Factor Endowment, Vertical Integration, Capital Market

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Portfolio investment: investors in one county purchase bonds, money market instruments or a small amount of stocks of a foreign. Foreign direct investm
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FSUINR 3003Whitney BendeckSpring

INR 3003 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Comparative Politics, Arms Control

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INR 2002 Chapter 4: INR2002 Chapter 4

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Inr2002 chapter 4: domestic politics and war notes. General interest: something that most, if not all, actors within the country share: ex. National in
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FSUINR 2002Different Professorforeach UnitSpring

INR 2002 Chapter 3: INR2002 Chapter 3

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The puzzle: war is an extremely costly way for states to settle their disputes. Interstate war: a war in which the main participants are states: ci(cid
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FSUINR 4702Jeffery MistichFall

INR 4702 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Corporate Social Responsibility, National Treatment, Extraterritoriality

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During each phase, di erent types of economies have a comparative advantage in the production of the product. Phase 1: located in the most technologica
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FSUINR 4702Jeffery MistichFall

INR 4702 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Capital Account, Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy

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FSUINR 3003Whitney BendeckSpring

INR 3003 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Wield, Joseph Nye, Economic Sanctions

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