The Narrow Corridor: How Nations Struggle for Liberty

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Penguin Books, 2020 - Broj stranica: 556
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The most fundamental definition of liberty is that people are free from violence, intimidation, and other demeaning acts. Acemoglu and Robinson examine how and why human societies have achieved liberty-- or failed to achieve it. Believing that liberty is a basic aspiration of all human beings, they examine why it has been rare in history-- and is rare today. -- Adapted from foreword.

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The breadth of historical examples was overwhelming for me. The examples themselves are often difficult to convincingly tie to the theme of a "narrow corridor" of development between the powers of ... Pročitajte cijelu recenziju

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Long and hard to keep focused on. It was not a page turner, however it was worth the pain for insights about why some countries become democracies while others do not. It also gives a different view of history. Worth reading a second time. Pročitajte cijelu recenziju

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O autoru (2020)

Daron Acemoglu (Author)
Daron Acemoglu is the Killian Professor of Economics at MIT and recipient of the prestigious John Bates Clark Medal.

James A. Robinson (Author)
James A. Robinson is an economist and political scientist and a University Professor at the Harris School for Public Policy at the University of Chicago. They are the authors of the international bestseller Why Nations Fail, which won numerous prizes.

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