What makes economic reforms a success or a failure? Why do we witness ambivalent attitudes to reforms? Can governments implement reforms differently, without inflicting prejudice to large fringes of the population? This book explores these issues by comparing a number of reforms across a large set of countries and sectors. It aims to help readers understand the process of reform and the origins of success, and to help reformers discover new ways to implement reforms to benefit the most people
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