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by Matthew Lange,Dietrich Rueschemeyer

  • Author: Matthew Lange,Dietrich Rueschemeyer
  • ISBN: 1403964920
  • ISBN13: 978-1403964922
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; First Edition edition (August 15, 2005)
  • Pages: 269
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States And Development: Historical Antecedents Of Stagnation And Advance (Political Evolution And Institutional Change) ePub download

by Matthew Lange (Author), Dietrich Rueschemeyer (Author)

by Matthew Lange (Author), Dietrich Rueschemeyer (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1403964939. This book adds a whole other dimension of high quality scholarship and history to the age old debate about the state. A really refreshing book that stimulates a lot of interest. -Alice Amsden, Barton L. Wellor Professor of Political Economy, MIT, Author of The Rise of the "Rest". Lange, Rueschemeyer and their colleagues demonstrate that it takes time - often a lot of it - to build the political and economic foundations for successful development. More important, they show why this is so.

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The Rule of Law and Development: A Weberian Framework of States and State-Society Relations.

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Matthew Lange, Dietrich Rueschemeyer. States and Regions in the European Union: Institutional Adaptation in Germany and Spain (Themes in European Governance) By Tanja A. Börzel. States and Social Revolutions: A Comparative Analysis of France, Russia and China By Theda Skocpol. States and Sovereignty in the Global Economy By David A. Smith, Dorothy J. Solinger, Steven C. Topik. States and the Global System: Politics, Law and Organization By Inis L. Claude Jr (auth.

Challenging this widespread belief, Matthew Lange argues in Lineages of Despotism and Development that countries once under direct British . States and Development: Historical Antecedents of Stagnation and Advance.

Challenging this widespread belief, Matthew Lange argues in Lineages of Despotism and Development that countries once under direct British imperial control have developed more successfully than those that were ruled in. .

Exploring the contribution states can make to overcoming collective action problems and creating collective goods favorable to social, economic, and political development, the contributors to this significant volume examine how state-society relations as well as features of state structure shape the conditions under which states seek to advance development and the conditions that make success more or less likely. Particular focus is given to bureaucratic oversight, market functioning, and the assertion of democratic demands discipline state actions and contribute to state effectiveness. These propositions and the social mechanisms underlying them are examined in comparative historical and cross-national statistical analyses.
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