Political Instability and Economic Performance

Haber, Stephen; Razo, Armando
October 1998
World Politics;Oct98, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p99
Academic Journal
Investigates the relationship between political instability, institutional change and economic growth, with emphasis on revolutionary Mexico. Use of extant theoretical and empirical literate to analyze the relationship between the two; Identification of the key feature in instability as `continuity'; In-depth look at the study.


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