The Political Economy of Policy Reform

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A large measure of consensus has now been established among economists about the substantive content of the policy reforms - macro-economic discipline, microeconomic liberalization, and opening up - that are needed to enable a country to enter the modern world. This project establishes how much we can also say about the political conditions that permit achievement of the needed reforms. The study includes case studies of a dozen countries that have successfully implemented a fairly comprehensive programme of policy reform ...

The Political Economy of Policy Reform 1994, Peterson Institute, New York

ISBN-13: 9780881321951

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