Stable v. unstable

Stable v. unstable - GDP was taken, as a measure of...

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Unstable v. Stable Saad Shah March 26, 2009 International Business Prof. Woldu
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Overview This research presents the comparison of the economic performance of “unstable countries” versus “stable countries”. “Stability” was determined by following factors: Demographic Pressures Refugees and Displaced Persons Group Grievance Human Flight Uneven Development Economy Delegitimization of State Public Services Human Rights Security Apparatus Factionalized Elites External Intervention These factors were used to establish the top-30 most “unstable countries” in the world. After which the
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Unformatted text preview: GDP was taken, as a measure of economic performance, and compared to the world most stable countries for the years from 1980 to 2008. Conclusion The research concludes that over time, stable countries significantly perform better economically than unstable countries. Although the unstable countries have seen growth, none of the 30 can compare to the stable countries. Therefore it can be said that greater stability will result in greater economic performance....
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