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This concise volume examines the relationship between law, governance, and economic development and shows the main substantive and procedural legal factors that developing nations must address to promote political stability and economic growth, intended for the general informed reader as well as for policymakers in governments and civil society.
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About the Author
Edgardo Buscaglia is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. He is also the director of the International Law and Economic Development Center at the University of Virginia School of Law, the vice president of the Inter American Law and Economics Association, and a legal and economic senior adviser to several international organizations in the United States and in Europe. William Ratliff is a research fellow and curator of the Americas Collection at the Hoover Institution.