187. Geoeconomics, in pictures from Brad Setser

August 1, 2009 § Leave a comment

This is painful.

That implies that if current economic trends – meaning the gap between the rate of growth between autocratic and more democratic countries — continue, the share of global output produced by democracies will decline over time.

via Brad Setser: Follow the Money » Blog Archive » Geoeconomics, in pictures.

Des democracy have much of a future in a crowded world?

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