Making Reconstruction Work: Civil Society and Information after War’s End

@article{Kage2010MakingRW,
  title={Making Reconstruction Work: Civil Society and Information after War’s End},
  author={R. Kage},
  journal={Comparative Political Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={43},
  pages={163 - 187}
}
  • R. Kage
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Comparative Political Studies
This article develops and tests a general framework for explaining variations in the extent of postwar reconstruction. Existing studies point to the importance of economic resources and a coherent state apparatus in promoting effective reconstruction. This study argues that because reconstruction inherently requires coordination between numerous societal actors as well as between state and society, a full explanation for the extent of reconstruction must examine the linkages among those actors… Expand
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