2 edition of Media, development and institutional change found in the catalog.
Media, development and institutional change
Christopher J. Coyne
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Christopher J. Coyne, Peter T. Leeson|
|Series||New thinking in political economy, New thinking in political economy|
|Contributions||Leeson, Peter T., 1979-|
|LC Classifications||HD87 .C69 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||2009928598|
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Media, Development, and Institutional Change investigates mass media's profound ability to affect institutional change and economic development. The authors use the tools of economics to illuminate the media's role in enabling and inhibiting political-economic reforms that promote by: Media, Development, and Institutional Change investigates mass media’s profound ability to affect institutional change and economic development.
The authors use the tools of economics to illuminate the media’s role in enabling and inhibiting political–economic reforms that promote : Christopher J.
Coyne. Our main focus in this book is on the role of media in economi c development. A critical element A critical element of economic developme nt is institutions and institutional change. Media, Development, and Institutional Change investigates mass media's profound ability to affect institutional change and economic development.
The authors use the tools of economics to illuminate the media's role in enabling and inhibiting political-economic reforms that promote development. Media, Development, and Institutional Change investigates mass media’s profound ability to affect institutional change and economic development.
The authors use the tools of economics to illuminate the media’s role in enabling and inhibiting political–economic reforms that promote development. Chapter 1 – The Big Picture: Media, Development, and Institutional Change Following the election of President Alberto Fujimori in JulyVladimiro Montesinos was named chief of the Servicio de Inteligencia Nacional (SIN), Peru’s national intelligence service.
In doing so it highlights the increasing importance of the media, whilst at the same time emphasising the varieties, complexities and contingencies of its role in social change.
The broad and interdisciplinary focus of this book will make it attractive to anyone with an interest in media, communication, development, politics and social change. Media Development Realising gender equality: Progress and problems.
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INTRODUCTION Media serves a critical role in a free society by checking government and generating the common knowledge necessary for the change and reinforcement of policies and institutions.
However, the effectiveness of media in these roles varies across societies and : Christopher J. Coyne, Peter T. Leeson. the speciﬁc variables allowing media to play a role in economic progress. Economic development is a vast topic, both theoretically and historically, and we do not cover all of its nuances or angles.
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This website offers instructors and students helpful resources that build on the material in the book.Special Report: Making Media Development More Effective seems that much of media development assistance has not been driven by country ownership. Rather, it has been supply-driven, focusing on training as opposed to creating institutional structures that build the capacity of the media over time.
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