I. Basic Terminology: Be able to incorporate as many of of the following basic political economic terms as possible into each of the two essays of choice from the second category. Class lecture notes may be used for defining the listed terms as well as the Thomas Oatley texttual readings.** Do be certain to incorporate other useful data from lectures notes, the Oatley text, and various suggested scholarly IPE books and articles as well.**David Ricardo, “Comparative Advantage,” “The Iron Law of Wages,” and “Theory of Rents.”Anne-Robert Turgot and Jean-Baptiste SayPhysiocratsCharles Fourier and Count Sainte-SimonUtilitarianismKarl MarxWilliam Stanley Jevons and Leon WalrasHistorical Economics and the Marshallian School East Asian Model of DevelopementExport Oriented StrategyRent SeekingStructural Adjustment ProgrammeEfficiency Oriented InvestmentForeign Direct InvestmentHorizontal IntegrationIntangible AssetLocational AdvantagesMarket Oriented InvestmentNatural Resource InvestmentPositive ExternalitiesSpecific AssetVertical IntegrationCalvo DoctrineExport Processing ZoneLocational IncentivesMultilateral Agreement on InvestmentObsolescing Bargain Performance RequirementTrade Related Investment MeasuresUnited Nations on Permanent Sovereignty over Natural ResourcesBalance of Payments and Balance of Payments AdjustmentBretton Woods SystemCapital AccountConditionalityCurrent AccountExchange Rate System and Exchange RestrictionsFixed Exchange Rate System and Fixed but Adjustable Exchange Rate SystemFloating Exchange Rate SystemForeign Exchange MarketForeign Exchange ReservesFundamental DisequilibriumManaged FloatSpeculative AttacksStabilization FundEuropean Monetary SystemInternational Investment PositionLouvre Accord, Monetary Accord, and Plaza AccordTarget ZonePhillips Curve II. Essay Topics: Answer any two of the following essays with each response tallying 5-8 pages. (50 POINTS EACH).1. Who was David Ricardo? Illustrate and explain his economic theories? Were they accurate? Might they be useful in the present?2. In what ways did the French Enlightenment era help create the study of modern economics? Illustrate and explain all key figuresand their philosophies. Are they influences found still in the modernglobal economy? If so, in which ways?3. Who was Jean Baptiste Say? Why is he important in IPE? Explain.4. Who were Charles Fourier and Count Saint-Simon? What economic philosophies did they create? Are their views prevalent, still?5. Who was Karl Marx? What was his economic philosophy? How and why has his economic philosophy been so widespread as well as controversial? Explain.6. What is Import Substitution Industrialisation? What are its’s problems? Explain.7. What is the East Asian Model? Should the West imitate it? What are its’s strength and weaknesses?8. What kind of economic reform is occuring in China? Is it both good and bad for China as well as the global economy?9. What are the global community’s criticisms about the WTO’s treatment of developing countries? Are their complaints valid? 10. What are Multinational Corporations? Explain their evolution by illustrating examples of the first to evolve slowly thousands of years ago as well as the first global businesses to appear in the modern age. How are these kinds of businesses influencing the modern world economy in a positive or negative way? Should MNC’s be regulated by the international community. Defend your point. 11. What is the International Monetary System? What are its’ problems? How can payments imbalances become remedied?12. What is the Bretton Woods System? Who created it, when, and why? Is it still used in the present? What were its’ strengths and weaknesses?13. What International Monetary System conflicts have occured since the 1970’s? Have the international powers involved solved these problems?14. How has the European Union cooperated in global currency exchange rates? Have they been better team players than America?15. Why are some people as well as nations righer than others? Oatley source to be used as a source.16. What can financial markets indicate about becoming wealthy very quickly. Oatley source to be referenced as well.17. What does economics indicate about politics and vice versa? What are special interest groups?(Oatley data necessary).18. What indicators are necessary to determine a successful and thriving economy? What factors cause economies to surpass others yet eventually decline? Does a powerful economy always indicatea prosperous society for most everyone?(Oatley data to be usedas well).19. What is the Federal Reserve? Is it a force of good, bad or both? (Oatley material to be consulted as well).
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