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Kaufmann, Daniel, Art Kray, and Pablo Zoido-Lobatón . (2000). ‘Aggregating Governance Indicators’ Policy Research Working Paper 2195. Washington: The World Bank.
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    There is no question that the manufactures exporters appear to 15 These “institutional” variables that have been used recently in a set of papers on the institutional determinants of economic growth (Knack and Keefer 1995; Rodrik 1999a,
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    Regulatory burden 0.40 -0.17 -0.14 -0.19 -0.11 ICRGLaw and Order Tradition 3.81 2.85 * 2.80 2.89 2.81 Quality of the Bureaucracy 3.71 2.59 ** 2.52 2.63 2.55 Freedom Political rights 3.98 3.28 3.50 3.26 3.12 House Civil Liberties 3.56 3.35 3.49 3.33 3.24 CPIA Property rights and rulebased governance 3.60 3.37 3.53 3.28 3.42 Notes: The sources for these institutional variables are
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Kaufmann, Daniel, Art Kray, and Pablo Zoido-Lobatón . (2002). ‘Governance Matters II’
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    Mann-Whitney test of similar distributions in resource-poor and resource-exporter countries. from the Penn World Tables and the World Development Indicators (World Bank 1999). Measures of social and political data were adapted from
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    15, Easterly (2000), and World Bank (2002). 16 From the KKZ data, ‘rule of law’, ‘political instability’, ‘government effectiveness’, and ‘control of corruption’; from ICRG, ‘law and order tradition’ and ‘quality of the bureaucracy.

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Leamer, Edward, Hugo Maul, Sergio Rodriguez, and Peter Schott (1999) ‘Does natural resource abundance increase Latin American income inequality?’ Journal of Development Economics 59: 3-42
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    capacity to handle shocks a determinant of economic 5 Columbine-tantalite (Col-tan) has recently been declared ‘the wonder mineral of the moment’: when processed, it is vital for the manufacture of capacitors and other high tech products. 6 The most recent literature on the effects of natural resources on growth includes Auty 1995; 2001;
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    Leite and Weidmann 1999; Ross 1999, 2001; Sachs and Warner 1995 [2000], 1999; Stijns 2001; Nugent and Robinson 2001; Gylfason and Zoega 2002, Lederman and Maloney 2002. growth since the “commodity shocks” of the 1970s and 1980s (Rodrik 1999), but that institutional capacity itself varies across economies with different sources of export revenue, and that it is these export structures t

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    The second method was to compute four indices of ‘net export shares’ that mirror our four classifications of the types of exports: (1) manufacturing; (2) diffuse, (3) point source, and (4) coffee and cocoa. To construct these four indices, the World Trade Analyzer from 1980 was used to aggregate SITC codes at the two-digit level into our four export categories, following the approach of
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World Bank (1998) Assessing Aid: What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why New York: Oxford
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    guilds and choral societies, it is hard to imagine how a policymaker interested in accelerating growth can change what we have identified as one possible underlying cause of poor performance—a country’s natural resource endowment makes for poor institutions. We admit: it is hard to get beyond this first glance. But here’s why we think it is important to shed light on these results.
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    illustrated the power of institutions in development assistance, and what donors should (and most importantly, should not) do in the face of varied institutional performance among potential aid recipients.

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World Bank (2002) ‘New data on property rights and rule based governance’. Available at http://www1.worldbank.org/publicsector/indicators.htm (as CPIA)
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    2.85 * 2.80 2.89 2.81 Quality of the Bureaucracy 3.71 2.59 ** 2.52 2.63 2.55 Freedom Political rights 3.98 3.28 3.50 3.26 3.12 House Civil Liberties 3.56 3.35 3.49 3.33 3.24 CPIA Property rights and rulebased governance 3.60 3.37 3.53 3.28 3.42 Notes: The sources for these institutional variables are Kaufmann et al. (2000) (for KKZ), Easterly (2000) (for ICRG and Freedom House) and
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