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Title: Small states, resilience and governance
Other Titles: Small states and the pillars of economic resilience
Authors: Samy, Yiagadeesen
Carment, David
Prest, Stewart
Gagne, Jean Francois
Keywords: Macroeconomics -- Case studies
Environment -- Economic aspects
States, Small -- Economic conditions
States, Small -- Economic aspects
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: University of Malta. Islands and Small States Institute & The Commonwealth Secretariat
Citation: Samy, Y., Carment, D., Prest, S., & Gagne, J.F. (2008). Small states, resilience and governance. In L. Briguglio, G. Cordina, N Farrugia, & C. Vigilance (Eds.), Small states and the pillars of economic resilience (pp. 217-242). Msida: University of Malta. Islands and Small States Institute & London: The Commonwealth Secretariat
Abstract: The purpose of this chapter is to evaluate the Country Indicators for Foreign Policy (CIFP) against small state performance along several dimensions including rule of law, human rights and economic efficiency factors not specified in the CIFP conflict-instability index. This is done by evaluating aspects of governance, specifically democracy, against stability and conflict. Variables relating to the governance of small states are then specified in order to lay out a framework for empirical analysis. Our results indicate that the determinants of governance in small developing states are not very different from those in developing countries.
ISBN: 978-99909-49-24-7
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