Soeren J. Henn, James Robinson, 26 April 2021

Social science research has painted a dismal picture of Africa’s potential for sustained economic growth. But growth, such as that which happened in China after 1978, can be surprising and can tap into ‘latent assets’ in a society that might have not been previously evident. This column identifies three latent assets in Africa which the authors argue are highly propitious for its long run trajectory.

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