Democratic Transition in Africa : A First Report on an Empirical Project
AbstractThe study of development in Africa has informed the thinking of development specialists. Africa's experience has been cited to underscore the significance of politics to the economics of development. A reading of the literature discloses a paucity of systematic evidence about the nature of political systems in Africa, much less about the relationship between fovernance and economic performance.
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