The Limits Of Institutional Reform In Development

Author: Matt Andrews
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ISBN: 9781107235144
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"This book explains why many institutional reforms in developing countries have limited success and suggests ways to overcome these limits"--
The Limits of Institutional Reform in Development
Language: en
Pages: 254
Authors: Matt Andrews
Categories: Developing countries
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013 - Publisher:

"This book explains why many institutional reforms in developing countries have limited success and suggests ways to overcome these limits"--
The Limits of Institutional Reform in Development
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Authors: Matt Andrews
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Categories: Business & Economics
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Developing countries commonly adopt reforms to improve their governments yet they usually fail to produce more functional and effective governments. This book explains such failure and proposes an approach to facilitate better reform results in developing country governments.