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|Title:||Institutions, Human development and Economic growth in transition economies|
|Description:||The main questions that this book aims to answer are why transition economies had different levels of performance, why some of them grew faster than others, which model of capitalism they were aiming at, what are the roles of institutions and of institutional change on development, and what are the main determinants of a process of economic development, which includes both income and non-income dimensions (life expectancy and education levels in particular). Moreover, I will explore whether democracy, among transition economies, is conducive to economic development or whether the reverse applies. Finally, the relevance of social capital will be examined in detail,in order to test a relation of causality between social capital and development.|
|Appears in Collections:||Regional and Local Development Studies|
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