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May 18, 2009

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This analysis segues from conditional probabilities to necessary vs sufficient conditions without the author noticing the change of subject. If only countries with industrial policies modernized then, even if not all countries with industrial policies modernized, countries wishing to modernize would do well to install an industrial policy.

What Easterly needs is at least one example of a country that modernized without an industrial policy. Candidates, anyone?

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