Social Fractionalization, Political Instability, and the Size of Government

Social Fractionalization, Political Instability, and the Size of Government
This paper explores the relationship between the degree of division or fractionalization of a country's population (along ethnolinguistic and religious dimensions) and both political instability and government consumption, using a neoclassical growth model. The principal idea is that greater fractionalization, proxying for the degree of conflict... READ MORE...

Publication date: April 2000
ISBN 9781451850437
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