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04-20-2010_Econ_and_China_for_moodle (1) - The Rise of...

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The Rise of China - Segue from economics to China - 20 April 2010 Pol 1025.001 1
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Announcements Short assignments graded Paper assignment due date: April 27 (Tuesday) in class Internship postings Guest speaker: AIESEC Minneapolis www.aiesec.org 2
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Brief review Life and Debt Juxtaposition of tourism and day to day life Impact of IMF conditionality TNCs (Stopford) Spread and development A complicated picture Outsourcing (Drezner) The migration of jobs overseas Much ado about nothing? 3
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Outsourcing, cont’d. What do you think? Complicating Drezner… Certain sectors hit hard (IT, financial services) Impact magnified because these were the “jobs of the future” Adds to perceptions of a climate of insecurity Fear on part of many of losing control Impact on jobs that remain Impact on wages, job security, work hours 4
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Segue from economics to China 5
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China and US debt The issue: China holds >$1.4 trillion, largely in US treasury
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course POL 1025 taught by Professor Unkown during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota.

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