[BOOKS] ✴ Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty ✻ Daron Acemoglu – Tactical-player.co.uk

Brilliant And Engagingly Written, Why Nations Fail Answers The Question That Has Stumped The Experts For Centuries Why Are Some Nations Rich And Others Poor, Divided By Wealth And Poverty, Health And Sickness, Food And Famine Is It Culture, The Weather, Geography Perhaps Ignorance Of What The Right Policies Are Simply, No None Of These Factors Is Either Definitive Or Destiny Otherwise, How To Explain Why Botswana Has Become One Of The Fastest Growing Countries In The World, While Other African Nations, Such As Zimbabwe, The Congo, And Sierra Leone, Are Mired In Poverty And Violence Daron Acemoglu And James Robinson Conclusively Show That It Is Man Made Political And Economic Institutions That Underlie Economic Success Or Lack Of It Korea, To Take Just One Of Their Fascinating Examples, Is A Remarkably Homogeneous Nation, Yet The People Of North Korea Are Among The Poorest On Earth While Their Brothers And Sisters In South Korea Are Among The Richest The South Forged A Society That Created Incentives, Rewarded Innovation, And Allowed Everyone To Participate In Economic Opportunities The Economic Success Thus Spurred Was Sustained Because The Government Became Accountable And Responsive To Citizens And The Great Mass Of People Sadly, The People Of The North Have Endured Decades Of Famine, Political Repression, And Very Different Economic Institutions With No End In Sight The Differences Between The Koreas Is Due To The Politics That Created These Completely Different Institutional Trajectories Based On Years Of Original Research Acemoglu And Robinson Marshall Extraordinary Historical Evidence From The Roman Empire, The Mayan City States, Medieval Venice, The Soviet Union, Latin America, England, Europe, The United States, And Africa To Build A New Theory Of Political Economy With Great Relevance For The Big Questions Of Today, Including China Has Built An Authoritarian Growth Machine Will It Continue To Grow At Such High Speed And Overwhelm The West Are America S Best Days Behind It Are We Moving From A Virtuous Circle In Which Efforts By Elites To Aggrandize Power Are Resisted To A Vicious One That Enriches And Empowers A Small Minority What Is The Most Effective Way To Help Move Billions Of People From The Rut Of Poverty To Prosperity More Philanthropy From The Wealthy Nations Of The West Or Learning The Hard Won Lessons Of Acemoglu And Robinson S Breakthrough Ideas On The Interplay Between Inclusive Political And Economic Institutions Why Nations Fail Will Change The Way You Look At And Understand The World PLEASE NOTE When You Purchase This Title, The Accompanying Reference Material Will Be Available In Your My Library Section Along With The Audio Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty

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5 thoughts on “Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty

  1. says:

    This was one my required readings for an economics course I was doing The book has one simple thesis rich countries are developed becuase they have inclusive institutions and poor countries are undeveloped because they have extractive institutions The book just provides hundreds of bother historical and contemporary examples of this simple thesis The words inclusive and extractive

  2. says:

    I am not an economist but I found this book hard to put down The ideas make a lot of sense and the examples certainly support the thesis but I have insufficient deep knowledge to tell if this is only due to cherry picking.The thesis of the book is that nations that fail have extractive economies and or extractive politics essentially these are institutions that exist to line their own

  3. says:

    Not only excellent on the conditions for failure e.g parts of Middle East and Africa, but also provides a good insight to those countries who limp along arguably Russia and some former satellites, plus a raft from Central America and Mexico Easy dip in and out reading It would also position the reader well for going on to Francis Fukuyama s Origins of Political Order and Political Order

  4. says:

    Although I have not completed my critique of the book, the fact that the author specifically emphasises at an early stage that the lack of institutions are the main cause behind weakened infrastructure and economic instability, I intuitively know that the author is on the right path.For you would not expect an author or neuroscience or a professor of brain anatomy to omit the mention of neu

  5. says:

    I have read quite a few books on economics and history and this is one of my favourites yet.It explains why one country can grow rich while another one next to it stays poor.Basically because people are allowed to prosper in some without all their wealth being extracted by corrupt and thieving ruling classes.It starts by describing a fence along the border of the USA and Mexico and describing

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