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Latin America, a region endowed with vast resources and a large population has the makings to be a successful world economy. However, that is far from reality. In the early 1960s, Latin America’s per capita income was more than double that of East Asia. Nowadays, however, the region lags behind with none of its countries…Keep reading
For years, economists and political scientists studied the relationship between government institutions and economic growth – mainly the association between democratic institutions and economic development within a state. The general consensus was that although democracy does not directly lead to economic development, higher human capital accumulation, lower inflation, lower political instability, and higher economic freedom usually were prerequisites for development. Furthermore, economic sources of growth, like education levels and lifespan, through improvement of academic institutions as well as healthcare were all present in democracies. Read for more on how in recent years, China has challenged these conventional political norms greatly.Keep reading
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