Study Guide ch 12-2 Fall 09

Study Guide ch 12-2 Fall 09 - Study Guide 12.2 Chapter 12:...

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Study Guide 12.2 Chapter 12: The North-South Gap PSC 124 International Relations – Fall 2009 Prof. Northrup 1. Theories of Accumulation: Economic Accumulation Viewing the North-South gap from the perspective of capitalism is based on what theoretical economic perspective? What is this view? A more revolutionary view from the perspective of socialism is concerned with what? What role is given to politics from this view? What are the main actors in political bargaining over distribution of wealth, according to mercantilism? To socialism? For socialists, international exchange is shaped by what? How does this contrast with the mercantilist view? What does the book mean when it says that no state is purely capitalistic? What is a welfare state? Economic development is based on what? Explain. What is the role of an economic surplus? How did the North and South differ in the process of accumulation during the Industrial Revolution? What makes it difficult for the global South to go through the phase of heavy
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Study Guide ch 12-2 Fall 09 - Study Guide 12.2 Chapter 12:...

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