Political Economy: International, Local and Definition


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Which is the stronger force: politics or economics?

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1. What is an example of the political economy you might see in your daily life?

2. What has political economy evolved into?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Political economy is the meshing of two fields of study. Quiz yourself with these questions, which cover examples of political economy in daily life and the relationship between local and international players in the economy.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz and worksheet to assess your knowledge of the following objectives:

  • Determine the relative strength of the forces of politics and economics
  • Decide why global trading is more complex than intranational trading
  • Extrapolate your understanding of the field of political economy to choose what field it has become

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - select important information from the lesson about the forces of politics and economics
  • Critical thinking - apply the concept of political economy to real-life situations and global trade
  • Interpreting information - validate your interpretation of the lesson by answering questions about whether local political economy affects the world

Additional Learning

Make use of the accompanying lesson called Political Economy: International, Local and Definition to review the following concepts:

  • Definition of political economy
  • Benefits of studying political economy
  • Relationship between international political economy and recent American history