Week 10 - Reading Study Guide

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Week 10 - Reading Study Guide Jeffrey Frieden, Global Capitalism , 339-412 1. When and how did the Bretton Woods system end? (pp. 339-342) What were the trends that undermined the system? (pp. 342-346) What were the forces challenging international trade and investment in the 1960s and 1970s? (pp. 346-351) 2. What was Import-Substitution Industrialization (ISI), and what kind of nations pursued it? What were the desirable and undesirable effects of ISI? How did the East Asian model differ from ISI? (pp. 351-356) 3. How did the “oil shock” of 1973 reverberate through the world
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Unformatted text preview: economy? What were the effects on prices, interest rates, debt? (pp. 364-372) 4. How did a new global economy emerge from the crisis of the 1970s? Make a time line marking four or five key developments in this process. (pp. 372-385) Terms: Great Leap Forward (pp. 329-334) Non-tariff barriers (NTBs) (pp. 347-348) Group of 77 (p. 356) Paul Volcker (pp. 372-373) Maastricht Treaty (p. 383-384) North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) (p. 385) Uruguay Round (p. 385)...
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