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Yuen Yuen Ang studies the coevolution of political and economic systems, how to build markets in the absence of good institutions, and the conditions that foster effective adaptation. Her research focuses on developing economies, especially China.
Her book, How China Escaped the Poverty Trap (2016), will be published by the Political Economy Series of Cornell University Press. Prior to joining Michigan, she was an Assistant Professor in political and economic development at Columbia SIPA.
Do Weberian Bureaucracies Lead to Markets or Vice Versa? A Coevolutionary Approach to Development
Making Details Matter: How to Reform Aid Agencies to Generate Contextual Knowledge
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