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  • Lecture Tourism theory, concepts and models - Chapter 7: The political economy of tourism. By the end of this lecture you should be able to: describe the difference between political economy and economics; identify and describe the differences among Keynesian economics, neoliberalism and Marxist perspectives;...

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  • Chapter 2 - National differences in political economy. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Understand how the political systems of countries differ, understand how the economic systems of countries differ, understand how the legal systems of countries differ, explain the implications for management practice of national differences in political economy.

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  • Chapter 3 - Political economy and economic development. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Explain what determines the level of economic development of a nation, identify the macro-political and economic changes occurring worldwide, describe how transition economies are moving toward market-based systems, explain the implications for management practice of national difference in political economy.

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  • Chapter 7 - The political economy of international trade. In this chapter, you will learn to: Identify the policy instruments used by governments to influence international trade flows, understand why governments sometimes intervene in international trade, summarize and explain the arguments against strategic trade policy, describe the development of the world trading system and the current trade issue, explain the implications for managers of developments in the world trading system.

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  • Chapter 8 - Foreign direct investment. When you finish this chapter, you should be able to: Recognize current trends regarding foreign direct investment (FDI) in the world economy, explain the different theories of FDI, understand how political ideology shapes a government's attitudes toward FDI, describe the benefits and costs of FDI to home and host countries,...

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  • In old days people used the word “oikonomos” for the management of house affairs. Development of civilization extended oikonomos to frontiers of the country and resulted it in becoming “political economy”, which dealt with various economic affairs of the country. The following will be discussed in this chapter: Introduction to economics/definitions, ten principles of economics, why manager needs to study economics.

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  • This chapter explain why agricultural prices and farm income are unstable, discuss why there has been a huge employment exodus from agriculture to other U.S. industries over the past several decades, relate the rationale for farm subsidies and the economics and politics of price supports (price floors), describe major criticisms of the price-support system in agriculture, list the main elements of existing Federal farm policy.

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  • In old days people used the word “oikonomos” for the management of house affairs. Development of civilization extended oikonomos to frontiers of the country and resulted it in becoming “political economy”, which dealt with various economic affairs of the country. The following will be discussed in this chapter: Introduction to economics/definitions, ten principles of economics, why manager needs to study economics.

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  • Learning outcome of this chapter: Identify the critical assumptions of the two-sector model, define what is meant by a Pareto-optimal allocation of resources; articulate the three conditions for a general equilibrium; distinguish between allocative efficiency, X-efficiency, and ‘dynamic’ efficiency (or economic growth); discuss the broad categories of market failure; explain the allocative, distributive, and stabilisation functions of government; distinguish between direct and indirect forms of government intervention.

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  • Chapter 2 - National differences in political economy. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Understand how the political systems of countries differ, understand how the economic systems of countries differ, understand how the legal systems of countries differ, explain the implications for management practice of national differences in political economy.

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  • Chapter 3 - Political economy and economic development. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Explain what determines the level of economic development of a nation, identify the macro-political and economic changes occurring worldwide, describe how transition economies are moving toward market-based systems, explain the implications for management practice of national difference in political economy.

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  • Chapter 7 - The political economy of international trade. In this chapter, you will learn to: Identify the policy instruments used by governments to influence international trade flows, understand why governments sometimes intervene in international trade, summarize and explain the arguments against strategic trade policy, describe the development of the world trading system and the current trade issue, explain the implications for managers of developments in the world trading system.

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  • Chapter 8 - Foreign direct investment. When you finish this chapter, you should be able to: Recognize current trends regarding foreign direct investment (FDI) in the world economy, explain the different theories of FDI, understand how political ideology shapes a government's attitudes toward FDI, describe the benefits and costs of FDI to home and host countries,...

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  • In this chapter you will build a model to explain an open economy’s trade balance and exchange rate, use the model to analyze the effects of government budget deficits, use the model to analyze the macroeconomic effects of trade policies, use the model to analyze political instability and capital flight.

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  • Why does the foreign and security policy of the United States so often seem to be not just unsuccessful but misguided, being based on incomplete or otherwise mistaken images of the outside world? Some of the most memorable episodes in America’s relationship with the world have included debilitating wars—Vietnam and Iraq being the leading examples—in which the decisions to wage war appear to have been based on incorrect perceptions of those countries. They have included placing bets on ill-fated regimes, such as that of the shah of Iran.

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  • The concept of the division of labour in production has a long genealogy stretching back to the seventeenth century and before, and it recurs repeatedly in the writings of economists and other social theorists down to the present time. In economics, the concept plays a major role in studies of industrial organization, productivity, and trade. In sociology, it has been of major signiWcance as the linchpin of the distinction Wrst proposed by Durkheim (1893) between mechanical and organic solidarity in society....

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  • In discussing equilibrium within the IS-LM model, it has been assumed that –prices are fixed –the supply-side of the economy can be ignored. These assumptions must now be relaxed.

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  • Unemployment (or joblessness), as defined by the International Labour Organization, occurs when people are without jobs and they have actively sought work within the past four weeks.[1] The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as a percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labor force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experiences a relatively high unemployment rate.

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  • The budget deficit equivalent to total government spending tax minus total government spending revenue.If income tax independently, but depend on the net income,

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  • The budget deficit equivalent to total government spending tax minus total government spending revenue.If income tax independently, but depend on the net income, • Why does society need money? • Why do governments wish to influence money supply? • How do financial markets interact with the ‘real’ economy? • What is the relationship between money and interest rates?

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