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Week 11 Notes- Intro to Comp Politics

by: Molly Mortimer

Week 11 Notes- Intro to Comp Politics PSCI 2012-100

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Molly Mortimer

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Intro to Comparative Politics
Dr. Andy Baker

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These are my notes from Monday of this week, they might be helpful in studying for the exam tomorrow
Intro to Comparative Politics
Dr. Andy Baker
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Date Created: 11/03/15
Monday November 2 2015 Intro to Comp Politics Week 11 Global Development and Underdevelopment What ll Why A Example B Explanations of Underdevelopment 1 New Institutional Economics Colonial and Postcolonial Rules a pg 372 in Why Nations Fail b Extractive economic institutions don t create incentives to work hard get an education invent etc c Prosperity requires inclusive political institutions pluralism democracy strong rule of law and limited corruption d Also requires inclusive economic institutions strong property rights low barriers to market entry equitable public service provision e Political institutions gt economic institutions gt economic growth 2 Neoclassical Economics Economic Policy a Poor countries are poor because of bad economic policies stateled development or command economies b Freemarket policies and capitalism as solution free trade privatization balanced budgets end subsidies 3 Dependency Theory and Critiques of Neocolonialism International Economic Forces a Exploitation of periphery by the core core North America Europe periphery pretty much everything else 1 Trade international capital flows international financial institutions 4 Cultural Explanations Monday November 2 2015 a Citizens in poor countries are poor because they have beliefs and values that are bad for their own prosperity 1 Example India and the caste system b Poor countries have too many ethnic divisions Geography a Countries that have a tropical climate may be at a disadvantage because there are more diseases in tropical climates b Land in tropical climates is also not as productive as land in temperate climates


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