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Colonial Theories of Institutional Development

Daniel Oto-Peralías () and Diego Romero-Ávila ()
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Daniel Oto-Peralías: University of St. Andrews

in Contributions to Economics from Springer, currently edited by Johannes Glaeser

Date: 2017
ISBN: 978-3-319-54127-3
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Chapters in this book:

Ch Chapter 1 Introduction
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Ch Chapter 2 Views Linking Colonialism with Institutions
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Ch Chapter 3 A Model of Two Styles of Imperialism
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Ch Chapter 4 Empirical Methodology and Baseline Regression Results
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Ch Chapter 5 Sensitivity to Alternative Theories
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Ch Chapter 6 Further Sensitivity Analyses
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Ch Chapter 7 Exploring the Mechanism of Colonial Rule
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Ch Chapter 8 The Legacy of European Colonialism on Relevant Determinants of Institutional Development
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Ch Chapter 9 Conclusions
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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-54127-3

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