By Peter Lewis
— Larry Diamond, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution
"Growing Apart is a cautious and complex research of the political elements that experience formed the industrial fortunes of Indonesia and Nigeria. either students and policymakers will take advantage of this book's invaluable insights."
— Michael L. Ross, affiliate Professor of Political technology, Chair of foreign improvement reports, UCLA
"Lewis offers a very well-documented comparative case learn of 2 international locations with greatly in universal, and but with remarkably diverse postcolonial histories. His process is a welcome departure from presently stylish makes an attempt to provide an explanation for improvement utilizing huge, multi-country databases full of frequently doubtful measures of assorted points of 'governance.'"
— Ross H. McLeod, Editor, Bulletin of Indonesian fiscal Studies
— Nicolas van de Walle, John S. Knight Professor of overseas experiences, Cornell University
Peter M. Lewis is affiliate Professor and Director of the African reviews software, Johns Hopkins college, university of complicated overseas Studies.
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