Final 2004

Final 2004 - FACULTY OF ARTS FINAL EXAMINATION POLITICAL SCIENCE 243 INTERNATIONAL POLITICS OF ECONOMIC RELATIONS Examiner Prof M Brawley Associate

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FACULTY OF ARTS FINAL EXAMINATION POLITICAL SCIENCE 243 INTERNATIONAL POLITICS OF ECONOMIC RELATIONS Examiner: Prof. M. Brawley April 30, 2004 Associate Examiner: Prof. S. Saideman Instructions: Write answers in exam booklets only. Notes or books are not allowed. This exam comprises 2 pages (not including this title page).
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FINAL EXAM POLITICAL SCIENCE 243 Part I. IDENTIFICATIONS (worth 5% of the total course mark) Each item below represents an important concept, example or person from the course. Briefly explain what the item is, and discuss its significance in this class. Answer any FOUR from this list. strategic trade policy Bundesbank economies of scale crawling peg G-5 “talking the dollar down” ecu Delors Committee Part II. ESSAY ON READINGS (worth 15% of the total course mark) Answer ONE of the following questions in essay form (including an introduction, thesis, and conclusion). Avoid answering in “point form.” 1. How does Henning explain Germany’s decision to pursue monetary union in
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Final 2004 - FACULTY OF ARTS FINAL EXAMINATION POLITICAL SCIENCE 243 INTERNATIONAL POLITICS OF ECONOMIC RELATIONS Examiner Prof M Brawley Associate

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