Afghanistan : foreign aid and state building, 2001-2009
Sources of state revenue have major implications on the patterns of state formation. While this issue has been increasingly attracting attention in academia, its impacts have been little explored in aid-dependent contexts, particularly in terms of how the delivery mode of revenue shapes the impacts. Accordingly, this thesis studies Afghan state building in relation to its sources of revenue as it has experienced many experiments since 1747, with tribute, subsidies, and foreign aid playing a...[Show more]
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