SouthEast Asia

What can would-be African lions learn from the Asian tigers? It’s all about how urban elites see farmers, according to ODI.

Duncan Green - March 12, 2014

I am both inspired and alarmed by the work coming out of ODI on ‘Developmental Regimes in Africa’. In previous posts, I’ve moaned at some length about its political infatuation with Mussolini style ‘big men’ who get stuff done. But today, it’s time for a happy face. Sources of developmental ambition in Southeast Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, by David Henley and Ahmad Helmy Fuady, is …

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