Professor Chris Coyne discusses post-conflict reconstruction and why it is ineffective. He cites four distinct groups--voters, interest groups, bureaucrats, and elected officials--and their very different motivations. He skewers the idea that governments can effectively plan a new societal structure and advocates free trade as a way to incentivize the evolution of good structures.
After War: The Political Economy of Exporting Democracy
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