Saeed, Khalid, "Government's Ability to Manage Political Conflict over the Course of Economic Development", 1989

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This paper reports findings of experiments with a system dynamics model of resource allocation in the political system of a developing country. Political patterns resulting from various assumptions about government attitudes are examined with respect to empirical evidence about these. The analysis helps to understand circular cause and effect relationships that shape internal trends affecting the government's commitment to economic development agenda and its ability to resolve political conflict generated over the course of implementation of this agenda.

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