Semester 1 2006

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Unformatted text preview: % THE UNIVERSITY s hissed OF QUEENSLAND STUDENTNAME ““““““ ““ St Lucia Campus SEAT NUMBER: . _ _ . . _ _ _ . _ . . _ . _ _ . -- FINAL Examination First Semester, 2006 COURSE CODE POL32402 COURSE TITLE GLOBALISATION AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY EXAMINER DR M. BEESON WEIGHTINGIMARKS PERUSAL TIME 10 mins Writing permitted during perusal WRITING TIME 2 Hrs 0 mins NO. OF PAGES IN EXAM PAPER (including coversheet) 2 Exam Type: Closed Book Calculator: No Dictionary: No Permitted Materials: No SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS: Choose any six (6) of the following and write a brief analysis of about 300—400 words/i-Z pages. THIS EXAMINATION PAPER MUST NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE EXAMINATION ROOM I General Award Rules 1A.? and 1A.8 1A.? Responsibilities of students lA.7.1 A student must comply with the examination instructions and directions given by an examination supervisor. 1A,7.2 A student may not enter an examination room without the permission of the examination supervisor, or after the first 10 minutes of examination working time. 1A,7.3 A student must not leave the examination room without the permission of the examination supervisor. 1A.7.4 Permission will not be granted under GAR 1A.7.3 during — (a) the first 10 minutes of examination working time; and (b) the final 10 minutes. 1Ar7,5 (a) A student must bring into the examination some identification in the form of a current student card or other photographic identification, (b) The identification must be displayed throughout the examination. (c) Before the start of the examination, a student without identification must sign a declaration in a form set by the secretary and registrar. (d) A student who does an examination without identification must produce identification at a location specified in writing by the secretary and registrar either generally or for that student. (e) The university may withhold the results for an examination for a student who did not have identification at the examination until the student has produced identification under GAR 1Ar7.5(d), 1A,7.6 Unless addressing a question to the examiner or examination supervisor, a student must not communicate in any way with another person during the examination. 1A,7,7 A student may bring unauthorised material into the examination room only if the material — (a) is brought in with the permission of the examiner or examination supervisor; or (b) is left with the examination supervisor immediately on entering the examination room. 1A,7:8 A student may remove examination books, scripts or material provided to the student during the examination only with the permission otthe examination supervrsor: 1A.8 Examination supervisors 1A.8.1 The examination supervisor may — (a) inspect any material brought into the examination room by a student; and (b) confiscate any material which the examination supen/isor reasonably suspects to be or to contain unauthorised material. 1A.8.2 If the examination supervisor reasonably believes that a student’s behaviour may distract or disturb other students. the examination supervisor may direct the student to leave the examination room. Last Review Date: November, 2005 I’OLSZ402 — GLOBALISATION AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY — First Semester Examination, Choose any six (6) of the following and write a brief analysis of about 300-400 words/l-Z pages. 1. Regionalism versus regionalisation. 2. The transformation of the Bretton Woods system. 3. Foreign direct investment (FBI). 4. Hyper—globalisation. 5. The international division of labour. 6. American Hegemony. 7. Capitalism. 8. The environment and economic development. 9. The costs and benefits of trade. 10. Global governance. Page 2 OFZ ...
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