final study guide outline

final study guide outline - TWO of these essays will appear...

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TWO of these essays will appear verbatim on the final exam. Draw on theories, examples, and facts from the reading and lectures to support your argument where appropriate. Your answer to each part of the question should be at least as long as your average answer to the short answer questions on the quizzes. Each essay will be worth 35 points each. Remember to bring a bluebook (or two if you think you will need more than one). 1. Why do the citizens of some countries suffer from widespread poverty and chronic hunger while the majority of those in other countries have enough to meet their basic needs? What can be done to address poverty in the least developed countries of the world? a. Discuss causes of extreme poverty that originate within a country as well as those that stem from the policies of other states or global forces. Why do some countries fail to achieve economic growth? (pay particular attention to the role of women) b. How have the policies and practices of the IMF and World Bank affected poverty and hunger in less developed countries (LDCs)? c. What has been the impact of U.S. foreign and domestic policies (e.g. trade policies, subsidies, foreign aid)? What effect (if any) does poverty in the least developed countries have on the
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This note was uploaded on 08/16/2011 for the course INTL 1100 taught by Professor Osman during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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