Are all democracies equally good? The role of interactions between political environment and inequality for rule of law
Uwe Sunde (),
Matteo Cervellati () and
Piergiuseppe Fortunato ()
Economics Letters, 2008, vol. 99, issue 3, 552-556
Using cross-country data, we find evidence for a significant interaction effect between democracy and equality in determining the quality of growth-promoting institutions like rule of law. Democracy is associated with better rule of law when inequality is lower.
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Working Paper: Are all democracies equally good? The role of interactions between political environment and inequality for rule of law (2008)
Working Paper: Are All Democracies Equally Good? The Role of Interactions between Political Environment and Inequality for Rule of Law (2007)
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