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Reform Capacity by Professor Johannes Lindvall

Reform Capacity argues that the view that an effective government requires a concentration of power is mistaken.

Professor Johannes Lindvall recently published his new book Reform Capacity at Oxford University press.

Reform Capacity argues that the view that an effective government requires a concentration of power is mistaken. Reform capacity - the ability of political decision makers to adopt and implement policy changes that benefit society as a whole - can be achieved in both power-concentration systems (which enable governments to ignore losers) and power-sharing systems (where governments build support for reform by compensating losers).

Read all about the book at Oxford university Press

To Johannes Lindvall's personal web site.

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