Lecture 13

Lecture 13 - Lecture 13 1 Integration of two previously...

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Lecture 13 1. Integration of two previously mentioned approaches. 2. Strategic perspective: Capture indifference curve a. Indifference curve, points that provide same utility  b. Slope tells how much you are willing to give up on one axis to get one thing on the other  axis. c. Curve as drawn on the right, the more you have of one thing, the more you are willing to  give up of that one thing to get one thing of the other d. Basic idea: cannot flat out say whether one matters or not. But that the weight attributed  to each is dependent of how much you have of it. e. Integration of structural and beauracratic. 3. Domestic politics in a systematic way. 4. End of the Cold War a. Gorbie, hardliner, Yeltsin. Important people in the 1980s. b. How the cold war might have taken place as decisions of these three people. c.
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2008 for the course POL V53.0700 taught by Professor Satyanath during the Spring '08 term at NYU.

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