Paul Kagame

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Preliminary – comments welcome. High average rates of economic growth are often seen as evidence of good national leadership. This commonly-used metric substantially upward biases the growth contribution of leaders because transitory shocks also affect average growth rates. The bias is much larger in autocratic countries, because the transitory component of(More)
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