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010    2013039276 
020    9780199364954 (hbk.) 
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050 00 JL966|b.S37 2014 
082 00 320.96|223 
100 1  Saylor, Ryan 
245 10 State building in boom times :|bcommodities and coalitions
       in Latin America and Africa /|cRyan Saylor 
264  1 New York, NY :|bOxford University Press,|c2014 
300    x, 244 pages ;|c25 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
520    "State Building in Boom Times argues that commodity booms 
       and coalitional politics are central to understanding the 
       state building variation within and across Latin America 
       and Africa. It shows how resource booms can trigger the 
       provision of new public goods and institutional 
       strengthening and thus help countries expand their state 
       capacity. But these possibilities hinge on coalitional 
       politics, as seen through six cases. Countries ruled by 
       export-oriented coalitions (Argentina, Chile, and 
       Mauritius) expanded their state capacity as a direct 
       result of commodity booms. But countries in which 
       exporters were politically marginalized (Colombia, Ghana, 
       and Nigeria) missed analogous state building opportunities
       because ruling coalitions preyed upon export wealth, 
       rather than promoting export interests via state building.
       The coalitional basis of these divergent outcomes suggests
       that, contrary to the prevailing belief in a resource 
       curse, natural resource wealth does not necessarily 
       dispose countries to low state capacity. Instead, export-
       oriented coalitions can harness boom times for 
       developmental gains, even in the context of weak 
       institutions. This finding warrants reappraising some 
       widespread presumptions about the relationship between 
       resource wealth and state building, as well as the public 
       policies that are commonly proposed for developing 
       countries to manage their natural resource wealth"--
       |cProvided by publisher 
520    "Coalitional politics accounts for why resource booms 
       yield divergent state building. Countries ruled by export-
       oriented coalitions expand state capacity amid commodity 
       booms. But when exporters are politically marginalized, 
       ruling coalitions prey upon export wealth, to the 
       detriment of state capacity"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Nation-building|zLatin America 
650  0 Nation-building|zAfrica 
650  0 Coalitions|zLatin America 
650  0 Coalitions|zAfrica 
650  0 Commercial products|zLatin America 
650  0 Commercial products|zAfrica 
650  7 POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / Comparative.|2bisacsh 
650  7 POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / Diplomacy.
       |2bisacsh 
650  7 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Government & Business.|2bisacsh 
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