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Lange, Matthew

States and Development

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Table of contents

Part I. States and Development:An Introduction

1. States and Development
Matthew Lange, Dietrich Rueschemeyer

2. Harnessing the State: Rebalancing Strategies for Monitoring and Motivation
Peter Evans

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

Part II. Long-Lasting Effects of States on Development

4. State Effectiveness, Economic Growth, and the Age of States
Areendam Chanda, Louis Putterman

5. Colonial States and Economic Development in Spanish America
James Mahoney, Matthias vom Hau

6. British Colonial State Legacies and Development Trajectories:A Statistical Analysis of Direct and Indirect Rule
Matthew Lange

Part III. Building States — Inherently a Long-Term Process?

7. Building States—Inherently a Long-Term Process? An Argument from Theory
Dietrich Rueschemeyer

8. Building States—Inherently a Long-Term Process? An Argument from Comparative History
Thomas Ertman

9. How Fast CanYou Build A State? State Building in Revolutions
Jaime Becker, Jack A. Goldstone

10. State Building in Korea: Continuity and Crisis
Bruce Cumings

Part IV. Conclusion

11. States and Development:What Insights Did We Gain?
Matthew Lange, Dietrich Rueschemeyer

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Comparative Politics, International Relations, Political Science, Political History, Political Economy, Social Policy

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Political Evolution and Institutional Change
Page amount
282 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781403982681
Printed ISBN
978-1-4039-6493-9

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