Attribution and accountability : voting for roads in Ghana

Abstract: The thesis argues that democracy makes African governments more responsive to the rural majority, thereby generating dissatisfaction among urban voters. A distinction is made between attributable inputs (roads) and non-attributable inputs (education material) in Ghana.

Author(s): Harding, Robin

Source(s): , 45 p., ill., graphs, maps, tabs

Published: 2013 New York university (NYU)], [New York, NY (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: https://files.nyu.edu/rfh227/public/Harding_Roads_January2013.pdf

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