Institutions and Development
Both economic research and the history of foreign aid suggest that the largest barriers to development arise from a society's institutions - its norms and rules. This book explains how institutions drive economic development. It provides numerous exam
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2 Why are poor countries poor?
3 Marketsupportive institutions
4 Can foreign aid promote development?
5 Can we measure institutions and institutional change?
6 Institutions and the reform of urban water systems
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