New Institutions and Economic Liberalisation
We discuss how the organization of society, the complexity of the economy, and its level of technological development influence the relationship between the institutions of democracy and economic growth; why the foundation of democracy and market institutions at the same time, in a society without a relevant historical background, remains problematical; and whether enforcement of the institutions of democracy is helpful for stabilization and further sustainability of growth.
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