A study of governance by the UN Economic Commission for Africa demonstrates how much progress has been made across the continent and exposes areas that are still weak. James Eedes reports.

The complex relationship between forms of government, the effectiveness of state and economic development has been the subject of scholarly research for more than a hundred years. Though political scientists and philosophers have yet to arrive at the definitive conclusion, a rough blueprint is emerging.

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