States, Reforms and Institutional Change: on the Dynamics of Failure Weak States and Strong States: a Useful Dichotomy?


The results expected from economic policy reform in developing and transition economies-sustained economic growth, poverty reduction and widespread prosperity, democracy and social empowerment-have frequently proved, in practice, to be disturbingly elusive. A handful of countries have restructured their economies and have done so relatively smoothly. Many… (More)


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