Test 2 review

Test 2 review - For scenarios, 1. Only use information...

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For scenarios, 1. Only use information given not outside sources. With bargaining there is only the extremes, all or nothing. 2. How effective can institutions be? a. PRIMARILY ABOUT COMMITMENT PROBLEMS b. Partly about information c. Whether or not institutions can overcome this is best understood by seeing how well they can work through problems d. Same thing as prisoners dilemma except the countries within the institution are trying to solve problems e. The institutions must be analyzed in terms of trade off 3. Benefits of multilateral intervention a. For hegemon to be liable to weaker institutions basically, MI is less costly for the hegemon, so that one country isn’t shouldering all costs of intervention a.i. Joint decision making problems, collective action problems a.ii. Benefits – not only one country has to pay b. Collective security = example 4. Hegemonic intervention a. No joint decision problem if only one actor b. Sole provider = high costs c. Cannot make credible commitment to provide security because they will only
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course POLI 150 taught by Professor Mosley during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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