The Political Economy of Policy Reform

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A large measure of consensus exists about the substantive content of successful economic policy reform--macroeconomic discipline, microeconomic liberalization, and participation in the global economy--that is needed for an economy to enter the modern world. There is much less consensus on the political conditions necessary to sustain meaningful economic reform. Editor John Williamson commissioned 13 case studies for countries as diverse as Australia, Chile, and Poland from "technopols" who played leading roles in ...

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

ISBN-13: 9780881321951

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