Why would the removal of authoritarian institutions in some developing countries lead to sustained socio-economic crisis, while others experience explosive growth despite 'persisting' informal, insecure and rent-seeking institutional arrangements?
William Booth is Lecturer in Modern History at St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford and Adjunct Professor in Latin American Studies at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Bologna).
William Booth, St Catherine’s College and Johns Hopkins University in Bologna
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Dr Olga Khomenko, (Associate Researcher, SOAS, Senior Lecturer, History Department, National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine) The joy of things: the Japanese 'new woman' as seen through magazine advertising in the post-war period