Browsing Department of Comparative Politics by Subject "Political instability"
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Crises to die for: a quantitative study of financial crises, political instability, and economic growth (The University of Bergen, 2011-05-27)This thesis emphasizes the multidimensionality of political instability when examining whether financial crises may trigger political instability, and how financial crises and instability affect the growth rate of the ...Master thesis
Exploring the relationship between socio-economic inequality, political instability and economic growth: Why do we know so little?" (The University of Bergen, 2008-05)This thesis investigates the contention that socio-economic inequality has a detrimental effect on economic growth by breeding political instability. This hypothesised causal pattern has been subject to academic interest ...Master thesis