Conclusions: Resource Abundance, Growth Collapses, and Policy
This chapter presents a synthesis of the findings in this volume. It discusses resource abundance and growth collapses, the competitive industrialisation and staple strap models, and the policy implications for developing market and transition economies. It argues that the underperformance of resource-abundant countries is not inevitable, and is determined by policies.
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