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001    892728648 
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005    20150115033533.0 
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020    1849044619 
020    9781849044615 (pbk.) 
035    (OCoLC)892728648 
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100 1  Mills, Greg,|d1962-|eauthor 
245 10 Why states recover :|bchanging walking societies into 
       winning nations -- from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe /|cGreg 
       Mills 
264  1 London :|bHurst & Company,|c2014 
300    xiv, 689 pages :|billustrations ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
520    State failure takes many forms. Somalia offers one 
       extreme. A collapse of central authority as the outcome of
       a prolonged civil war, where authority descends into 
       competing factions -- headed by warlords -- around the 
       spoils of local commerce, power and international aid. At 
       the other end of the scale is Malawi. During President 
       Bingu's second term in office, the country's economy 
       collapsed as a result of poor policies and personalised 
       politics. On the surface, save the petrol queues, it was 
       stable; underneath, the polity was fractured, the economy 
       broken. Between these two extremes of state failure are 
       all manner of examples. Drawing on research in more than 
       thirty countries, incorporating interviews with a dozen 
       leaders Mills disaggregates state failure and identifies 
       instances of recovery in Latin America, Asia and Africa. 
       All the while he returns to his key questions: how do 
       countries recover, and what roles ought insiders and 
       outsiders play to aid that process?--Jacket 
650  0 Economic history 
650  0 Economic development 
650  0 Nation-building 
650  0 Social history 
651  0 Asia|xEconomic conditions 
651  0 Asia|xPolitics and government 
651  0 Africa|xEconomic conditions 
651  0 Africa|xPolitics and government 
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