You’re going to write four different reflective summaries each is one page. the structure is as following one-third summarizing the reading, one third contains a personal reflection focusing on ethical aspects, and one third will be a personal answer to a question provided.
Reflective Summary One:
• Required Reading: United Nations Development Program (UNDP) (2006). Human Development Report 2006: Beyond Scarcity: Power, Poverty and the Global Water Crisis (New York: UNDP), pp. 9-37 (Summary); available at: http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/hdr_2006_summary_en.pdf
Question to answer in the third section of your RS: What happens to the competition over water in many developing countries
Reflective Summary Two:
• Required Reading: Risse, Mathias (2014). The Human Right to Water and Common Ownership of the Earth. The Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 178–203. You can find it attached below
Question to answer in the third section of your RS: According to Risse (2014), what is the consequence of having a system of nation states?
Reflective Summary Three:
• Required Reading: Todaro, Michael P. and Stephen C. Smith (2015). Economic Development (12th edition) (Boston et al.: Addison Wesley), Chapter 12: International Trade Theory and Development Strategy (pp. 600-677). You can find it attached below
Question to answer in the third section of your RS: Given that this is a very long reading, which you may want to skim through after we covered it in class, there is no question to answer for the RS of this class (but you still have to provide a summary and your reflection if you decide to do a RS for this class).
Reflective Summary Four:
Class 23: Friday, November 15, 2019: Ethical Aspects of International Trade
• Required Reading: Barry, Christian and Scott Wisor (2015). The Ethics of International Trade. In: Darrel Moellendorf and Heather Widdows (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Global Ethics, Chapter 17. You can find it attached below
Question to answer in the third section of your RS: According to Barry and Wisor (2015), to how much of total world trade do the members of the WTO constitute?