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IMF Working Papers
2007
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The countries that were once British colonies in the Caribbean share a common language and a colonial history of slavery, dominance of a plantation-based sugar industry, and broadly similar government and administrative traditions. Following independence in the late-1960s economic strategies and performance across the region diverged. However, by the end of the 198...

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IMF Working Papers
2007
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The countries that were once British colonies in the Caribbean share a common language and a colonial history of slavery, dominance of a plantation-based sugar industry, and broadly similar government and administrative traditions. Following independence in the late-1960s economic strategies and performance across the region diverged. However, by the end of the 198...

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IMF Working Papers
2007
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The countries that were once British colonies in the Caribbean share a common language and a colonial history of slavery, dominance of a plantation-based sugar industry, and broadly similar government and administrative traditions. Following independence in the late-1960s economic strategies and performance across the region diverged. However, by the end of the 198...

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IMF Working Papers
2007
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The countries that were once British colonies in the Caribbean share a common language and a colonial history of slavery, dominance of a plantation-based sugar industry, and broadly similar government and administrative traditions. Following independence in the late-1960s economic strategies and performance across the region diverged. However, by the end of the 198...

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IMF Working Papers
2007
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The countries that were once British colonies in the Caribbean share a common language and a colonial history of slavery, dominance of a plantation-based sugar industry, and broadly similar government and administrative traditions. Following independence in the late-1960s economic strategies and performance across the region diverged. However, by the end of the 198...

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IMF Working Papers
2007
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The countries that were once British colonies in the Caribbean share a common language and a colonial history of slavery, dominance of a plantation-based sugar industry, and broadly similar government and administrative traditions. Following independence in the late-1960s economic strategies and performance across the region diverged. However, by the end of the 198...

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2011
Conflict, Displacement and Transformation
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2022
Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Research Unit
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Chapter in book
2019
Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Research Unit

Electoral violence in Africa has garnered a lot of attention in research on African politics. Violence can be the result of manipulation of the electoral process or a reaction to that manipulation. While there is an agreement to distinguish it from the wider political violence by its timing with elections and motivation to influence their outcome, the analysis of i...

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Chapter in book
2019
Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Research Unit

Electoral violence in Africa has garnered a lot of attention in research on African politics. Violence can be the result of manipulation of the electoral process or a reaction to that manipulation. While there is an agreement to distinguish it from the wider political violence by its timing with elections and motivation to influence their outcome, the analysis of i...

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Chapter in book
2011
Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Research Unit
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Chapter in book
2011
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