Prosperity & Violence: The Political Economy of Development (The Norton Series in World Politics)

Prosperity & Violence: The Political Economy of Development (The Norton Series in World Politics)


Prosperity & Violence considers the background of human civilization and explains the origins of the trendy country, concentrating on the evolution of capitalism as cultures circulate from dispersed agrarian clans to the dense glossy metropolis.

expert through firsthand adventure with the political and monetary improvement of many assorted cultures, Bates demonstrates how winning smooth states harness ethnic range for prosperity instead of for violence and political energy. short and compelling, Prosperity & Violence is bound to be an exceptional complement in any comparative politics direction.

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