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Unformatted text preview: INR 2002 Final Exam Review Sheet Spring 2007 INR 2002 Final Exam Review Sheet Professor Souva, Spring 2007 Chapter 12 What is a winning coalition? What is the selectorate? -The selectorate is all the people who are eligible to vote and the winning coalition is all the people who vote for the winner. What types of goods do leaders distribute? Describe each type. -Leaders distribute private (excludable and rivalrious) and public (nonexcludable and nonrivalrious). What are the characteristics of public goods? What are the characteristics of private goods? -Everyone can receive a public good. Private goods usually only go to the winning coalition members. Do all political regimes distribute the same proportion of private and public goods? Why not? To whom is a leader most likely to dole out private goods? Why doesnt a leader give private goods to everyone?-- What is the central implication of this reality? What are the implications of the ratio W/S? When do leaders focus on providing private goods and when do they focus more on providing public goods? Under what conditions is the risk of defecting from the winning coalition small? What does this mean? Are economic sanctions likely to be effective against an autocratic leader? Why? Are we more likely to see free trade policies in democracies or in autocracies? Why? If protectionism is not good for an economy as a whole, why does it persist? Are we more likely to see high levels of human capital in democracies or autocracies? Why? What is the democratic peace? According to the strategic perspective, what are the two mechanisms that contribute to the democratic peace? - What concept unites both of these mechanisms?...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course INR 2002 taught by Professor Dalesmith during the Spring '07 term at FSU.
- Spring '07