Review Sheet for the Final

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Review Sheet for the Final: IPE ID’s NIEO Debt forgiveness Infant industry Backwardness Credit Mobilier Dual use industries Traditional Society Take-off Semiperiphery Import-substitution Industrialization Export-Oriented Industrialization Triple Alliance Liquidity crisis Taylorization Fordism Suboptimal equilibrium Cooperative capitalism Efficiency wage Information revolution Moore’s Law Value Chain Producer-driven value chain Buyer-driven value chain High value cluster Knowledge Worker- Symbolic Analyst Lib and Glob (as opposed to Liberalization and Globalization) Fallacy of composition Public goods Sustainable development Tuna-Dolphin, Shrimp- Turtles Polluter pays Kyoto Protocol Grameen Bank Double movement Transnational advocacy networks Framing Short Answer Development Why might Southern countries attempt to intervene in international markets and Northern countries try to set open-market rules? What was the political coalition that supported protective tariffs for industrialization in the U.S.? In what ways might fascism or totalitarianism be a response to backwardness, and why
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course POLI 354 taught by Professor Scheider during the Spring '08 term at Tulane.

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