1st midterm 2002

1st midterm 2002 - Prof. Brawley McGill University FIRST...

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Prof. Brawley PS 160-243B McGill University Winter 2002 FIRST MIDTERM EXAMINATION Directions: The exam must be completed in the time allotted for class (i.e. between 1:35 and 2:25). The room must be vacated before 1:30, so exams will not be accepted after that time. Include the name of your TA on the cover of your exam booklet. Students may retain this question sheet. Part I. IDENTIFICATIONS (worth 5% of the total course mark) Answer any TWO . Each item below represents an important concept, example, or contributor to international political economy. Briefly explain what the significance of the item or person is for this class. “overselling” interpersonal generalization theory defensive procrastination bolstering Indifference curve Part II. ESSAY (worth 20% of the total course mark) Answer ONE . Be sure to answer all parts of the question. Readings should be cited where appropriate. 1. Imagine an economically developing country ruled by a military dictatorship. This country has a trade policy that limits industrial imports in the name of national
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course POLI 243 taught by Professor Markbrawley during the Spring '09 term at McGill.

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