Postwar Reconstruction: Some Insights from Public Choice and Institutional Economics
A successful reconstruction is characterized by a widespread coordination problem, combined with potential pockets of conflict. We analyze the array of relationships that take place in the reconstruction process – political, economic and social – by considering under what circumstances they are situations of conflict or coordination. Historical attempts at reconstruction provide further understanding of how to achieve success. Copyright Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. 2005
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