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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Laura Castro Lindarte on Saturday March 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSC 2337 at George Washington University taught by Jessica C. Liao in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views.
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Date Created: 03/12/16
March 8, 2016 Midterm Review ● Peril of Presidentialilegislative branch not giving power to executive when it comes to legislation ○ No authority with Congress overlooking ○ Create agency with commissioners, good opportunity for lobbyists to get in ● When looking at rule of law, democratic accountability and the sorigin depend on case being discussed ● 3 extractive institutilooking how colonization destroyed society ○ Spice trade in Indonesia, slavery in Africa, apartheid and mining in South Africa are cases ○ Leads to prebendalism as well ○ Extraction by foreigners and local elites ● Rent: profidifferent between production and profit) ○ Natural rent: monopoly; external rent: by other things like information symmetry ● Prebendalism: huge in Africa but seen all over ● To get rentbusiness give bribes to government ○ Rent provider (government) rent seeker (business) ● Main different between patronage and clientelis that patronage is between individuals while clientelism is between groups ○ More like continuum, not easily separated ○ Patronage seen in autocracies because tried to one person so lots of officials he PERSONALLY knows while in USA/Greece it is based on group organization don’t need to know personally but know group ○ You can find both types in one place, both larger image it has more of one ● Huntington's most important critic is that democracy not good for economy because causes instability ○ In 1968, when second reverse wave ● Fukuyama’s modification is that the important thing is how a STRONG STATE with bureaucracy under this comes democratic accountability ○ These states seen instability not because democracy but because they lacked basic strong statet strong state before democracy → state you can get modern bureaucracy through reform ● Absolutist coaliticoalition of patronage supporting autocracy March 10, 2016 Midterm
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