Huang, Yasheng
July 2008
Foreign Policy;Jul/Aug2008, Issue 167, p32
In this article the author examines aspects of economic growth in developing nations. He challenges the notion that China's significant economic expansion is a result of the efficient operation of its authoritarian government. The author counters that the opposite is true and that democratic institutions, such as those that exist in India, are engines for economic development. .


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