Why Nations Fail - Critical summary review - Daron Acemoğlu

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Why Nations Fail - critical summary review

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Cultural, geographic, or bad political issues? For these and other reasons, do nations fail? In this work, the authors respond exactly to this questioning. Based on years of scientific studies, they bring together real, historical, and current examples to explain why some nations are doomed to failure. Do you want to understand why many countries in the African continent and Latin America cannot develop? And why the United States and the United Kingdom are prosperous nations? Come, and we'll tell you!

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Daron Acemoglu is a Turkish American economist and professor of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the author and co-author of hundreds o... (Read more)

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