Students of comparative development have turned their focus to factors rooted deeper and deeper in history.
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The Spatial Diffusion of Technology
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Three centuries of climatic variation and the world income distribution
John C Bluedorn, Akos Valentinyi, Michael Vlassopoulos, 15 December 2009
Policymakers around the world are being urged to address the effects of climate change. Formulating a unified policy on climate change is one of the central goals of the Copenhagen Summit on Climate Change now underway. A key input into that decision-making process is an accurate appraisal of the possible economic consequences of climate change.
The blessing of bad geography in Africa
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Mountainous terrain is tough to farm, costly to traverse, and often inhospitable to live in; yet in Africa, countries with a rugged landscape tend to perform better than their flatter rivals. To explain this paradox, CEPR Research Fellow Diego Puga and his co-author Nathan Nunn reach back more than two centuries – to the slave trade.
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