Social Fractionalization, Political Instability, and the Size of Government
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|Institutions:||International Monetary Fund (IMF)|
|Subject:||Government expenditures | Economic models | political instability | equations | equation | religious fractionalization | probability | standard deviation | statistics | income per capita | correlation | political violence | standard errors | neoclassical growth model | ethnic fractionalization | sample size | factor analysis | simultaneous equations | military spending | violent conflict | predictions | ethnic divisions | dummy variable | functional form | standard deviations | higher growth | causation | stochastic process | optimization | civil war | religious fractionalization index | outliers | external shocks | rebellion | constant term | instrumental variables | intensity of conflict | statistical methodology | independent variables | significance levels | social fractionalization|
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