From Bad Policy to Chaos in Somalia: How an Economy Fell Apart (Bibliographies of Battles and)

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From Bad Policy to Chaos in Somalia This examination of the economic policies of Somalia since 1970 is empirical in nature, employing a variety of analysis techniques, and argues that the governmental economic policy, policy responses to crises, and exogenous shocks have been bad for the long-term economic growth of the country.

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"Few books are in print (in the US) about the Somalia economy. Thus, Mubarak's work will help fill the void.... The author uses both political economy and economic analysis to explain the Somalian experience, placing the blame for the poor performance of the Somalian economy on the policies followed by the government."-Choice

?Few books are in print (in the US) about the Somalia economy. Thus, Mubarak's work will help fill the void.... The author uses both political economy and economic analysis to explain the Somalian experience, placing the blame for the poor performance of the Somalian economy on the policies followed by the government.?-Choice

?This book is far more comprehensive than the few other published works on Somalia's economy....[T]he author makes excellent use of extremely skimpy statistical data. He also draws many important lessons from the experience of two and a half decades of grossly mismanaged economic development. Jamil Abdalla Mubarak's book is an important contribution to Somalia's recent economic literature and it also provides some guidelines for future governments to help them to avoid the past errors of policy and avert disastrous crises.?-The International Journal of African Historical Studies

"This book is far more comprehensive than the few other published works on Somalia's economy....[T]he author makes excellent use of extremely skimpy statistical data. He also draws many important lessons from the experience of two and a half decades of grossly mismanaged economic development. Jamil Abdalla Mubarak's book is an important contribution to Somalia's recent economic literature and it also provides some guidelines for future governments to help them to avoid the past errors of policy and avert disastrous crises."-The International Journal of African Historical Studies

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This examination of the economic policies of Somalia since 1970 is empirical in nature, employing a variety of analysis techniques, and argues that the governmental economic policy, policy responses to crises, and exogenous shocks have been bad for the long-term economic growth of the country.

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