Final Exam Review Sheet Handout

Final Exam Review Sheet Handout - Government 131...

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Government 131 – Introduction to Comparative Politics Final Exam Review Sheet Define the following terms and, when applicable, provide an example.   China’s Opening and Reform Period FDI Totalitarian regimes Authoritarian regimes Patrimonial Authoritarianism Bureaucratic Authoritarianism Patron-client relations Clientelism Ethnicity Primordialism Instrumentalism Constructivism Junta “Disappeared” Technocrats The “Chicago boys” Neoliberalism International Division of Labor Old vs. New Globalization Import-Substitution Industrialization Export-oriented industrialization Short Answer Questions to consider 1. Why have economic reforms, particularly involving urban workers in China, not led to  widespread political instability or demands for political liberalization?   2. How has China been able to maintain economic growth without greater political  liberalization? 3.
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2008 for the course GOVT 1313 taught by Professor Roberts, k during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.

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