Africa's growth prospects in a European mirror : a historical perspective
Broadberry, S. N.; Gardner, Leigh;
Publisher: Department of Economics, University of Warwick
Subject: DT | HB | HC
Drawing on recent quantitative research on Europe reaching back to the\ud medieval period, and noting a relationship between the quality of institutions and\ud economic growth, this paper offers a reassessment of Africa’s growth prospects.\ud Periods of positive growth ... View more
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