It is crucial that this essay should contain strong arguments supported by development economics theories as it is an economics essay

It is crucial that this essay should contain strong arguments supported by development economics theories as it is
an economics essay. Naturally, the essay should be mainly based on Bill Easterly, Dambisa Moyo and Jeffery
Sachs contradicting research findings and of course on how this outlined in Poor economics by Banerjee and
Duflo. Additional sources which should be included are the following:
1. Banerjee and Duflo (2011). Poor economics. Ch. 1 and 2.
2. Bhattacharyya, S., and R. Hodler (2010). Natural Resources, Democracy and Corruption. European Economic
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3. Collier, P., and A. Hoeffler (2009). Testing the neocon agenda: democracy in resource-rich societies. European
Economic Review, 53, 293-308.
4. Ray (1998). Ch. 4.
5. de Janvry and Sadoulet (2016). Ch. 19
6. Easterly, W. (2009). Can the West save Africa? Journal of Economic Literature
7. Mehlum, H., K. Moene, and R. Torvik (2006). Institutions and the Resource Curse. Economic Journal, 116, 1
– 20.
8. Robinson, J., R. Torvik and T. Verdier (2006). Political foundations of the resource curse. Journal of
Development Economics, 79(2): 447 – 468.
9. Ross, M. (2001). Does Oil Hinder Democracy?. World Politics, 53, 325-61.
10. Sachs, J. and A. Warner (2001). The Curse of Natural Resources. European Economic Review, 45, 827-38

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