Polisci110G midterm study guide
Polisci110G midterm study guide Polisci110G
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Polisci 1 1 0G Midterm Study Guide Important terms 1312016 Practicing defining the following terms and ideas Before the exam I will release another document with the definitions and explanations m 1 Trade integration Quantity measures Relative magnitude Price measures Policy measures Absolute advantage Comparative advantage Opportunity cost Consumption indifference curves Production possibilities frontier The Ricardian Model of Trade Economies of Scale 2 Static gains Dynamic gains Infant industries Spillover effects Optimal tariff theory Consumer surplus Producer surplus Majoritarian model Prisoner s dilemma Nash equilibrium Collective action Asymmetry within groups 3 Factor of Production Sector of Production Factor Mobility Factor intensiveness of production relative factor abundance HeckscherOhlin Model StolpherSamuelson Model Multiplier effect Specificfactors Model RTAA 1934 Congressional logrolling Reciprocity 4 American Internationalism SmootHawley Tariff International Trade Organization GATT Most favored nation WTO WTO negotiating rounds Dispute settlement International externalities Political externalities Indefinite repeated interaction Titfortat strategy Beggarthyneighbor policy Political holdup 6 Multinational Enterprises Foreign Direct Investment Locational advantages Intangible assets Horizontal integration Vertical integration Specific assets Alternative development theory Corporate income tax 7 4 core labor rights Race to the bottom Subcontracting outsourcing Directly owned Marketseeking horizontal FDI Efficiencyseeking vertical FDI Political risk and FBI 8 Hegemonic Powers Hegemonic Stability Theory Sanctions Bilateral sanctions Multilateral sanctions Studies Articles Frankel and Romer 1999 Rodriguez and Rodrik 2001 Mancur Olson s Logic of Collective action Alt and Giligan Maggi and RodriguezClare Krasner 1976 Gowa and Mansfield Irwin Mearsheimer
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