The Oil Curse: How Petroleum Wealth Shapes the Development of Nations

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Country Abbreviations
AfghanistanAFG
AlbaniaALB
AlgeriaDZA
AngolaAGO
ArgentinaARG
ArmeniaARM
AustraliaAUS
AustriaAUT
AzerbaijanAZE
BahamasBHS
BahrainBHR
BangladeshBGD
BarbadosBRB
BelarusBLR
BelgiumBEL
BelizeBLZ
BeninBEN
BhutanBTN
BoliviaBOL
BosniaBIH
BotswanaBWA
BrazilBRA
BruneiBRN
BulgariaBGR
Burkina FasoBFA
BurundiBDI
CambodiaKHM
CameroonCMR
CanadaCAN
Cape VerdeCPV
Central African Rep.CAF
ChadTCD
ChileCHL
ChinaCHN
ColombiaCOL
ComorosCOM
Congo, Dem. Rep.ZAR
Congo, Republic ofCOG
Costa RicaCRI
Côte d’lvoireCIV
CroatiaHRV
CubaCUB
CyprusCYP
Czech RepublicCZE
DenmarkDNK
DjiboutiDJI
Dominican RepublicDOM
EcuadorECU
EgyptEGY
El SalvadorSLV
Equatorial GuineaGNQ
EritreaERI
EstoniaEST
EthiopiaETH
FijiFJI
FinlandFIN
FranceFRA
GabonGAB
GambiaGMB
GeorgiaGEO
GermanyDEU
GhanaGHA
GreeceGRC
GuatemalaGTM
GuineaGIN
Guinea-BissauGNB
GuyanaGUY
HaitiHTI
HondurasHND
HungaryHUN
IcelandISL
IndiaIND
IndonesiaIDN
IranIRN

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Tables xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Abbreviations xvii
  • Country Abbreviations xix
  • Chapter One - The Paradoxical Wealth of Nations 1
  • Chapter Two - The Trouble with Oil Revenues 27
  • Chapter Three - More Petroleum, Less Democracy 63
  • Chapter Four - Petroleum Perpetuates Patriarchy 111
  • Chapter Five - Oil-Based Violence 145
  • Chapter Six - Oil, Economic Growth, and Political Institutions 189
  • Chapter Seven - Good News and Bad News about Oil 223
  • References 255
  • Index 281
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