Comparative Politics part 3

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Can be defined as those goods, provided or secured by the state, that are available for society and indivisible, meaning that no one private person or organization can own them,
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Is an increase in the overall prices in the economy when demand outstrips supply.
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Describes views regarding the necessary pace and scope of change in the balance between freedom and equality.
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Liberalism
Social Democracy
Communism(Marx)
These are forms of what kind of system?
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Refers to the ownership of the goods and services exchanged through markets.
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Hard state, phenomenon of state led macroeconomics planning in East Asia in late 20th century. This is called what kind of state?
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Emphasize a persons relation to other members of society. A set of institutions that bind people together through a common culture.
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The state's provision of public benefits, such as education, health care, and transportation, or what is commonly called welfare or a welfare state.
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The total market value of good and services produced by one country in a year.
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Generally classified as
Radical(Left)
Liberal(Left Center)
Conservative(Right Center)
Reactions(Right)
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Are the interactions between the forces of supply and demand, and they allocate resources through the process of those interactions.
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An institution that binds people together through common political aspirations.
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Limits imports through methods other than taxation(e.g., Health & Safety regulations). What is this called?
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Comprises the basic values an individual holds about fundamental goals of politics regarding freedom and equality.
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Attempts to estimate the buying power of income in each country by comparing similar costs, such as food and housing by using prices in the United States as a benchmark.
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The study of politics and economics are related and how their relationship shapes the balance between freedom and equality.