Political scientist Yasheng Huang states his case for the role of democracy in economic growth. He explores the performance of both China and India in recent decades and refutes the notion that China’s one-party political structure is responsible for its success. Filled with engaging comparisons, Huang’s lecture offers an accessible, provocative alternative to the usual commentary on China’s miraculous growth. getAbstract recommends Huang’s arguments to scholars of economic history and to economy watchers who seek patterns in nations’ development.
About the Speaker
Political scientist Yasheng Huang founded the China and India Labs at MIT’s Sloan School of Business.