Political and economic liberalization : dynamics and linkages in comparative perspective
Even amid the apparent post–Cold War consensus, the benefits and drawbacks of economic and political liberalization remain controversial. At the same time, explanations for the recent surge in these processes, and for the forms they have taken, remain fragmentary. Likewise, the linkages between the two remain under-researched—despite many sweeping assertions of a positive relationship. Nonneman investigates these issues, providing a framework for the remainder of the book, in which diverse country studies are used to advance our understanding of the dynamics and complexities of both political and economic liberalization.
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