Book Review: WHY NATIONS FAIL (tựa Việt: Vì sao các quốc gia thất bại)

You may also consider reading “Why has Japan succeeded? by Author Michio Morishima, Western Technology and the Japanese Ethos, Cambridge University Press, 1982, reprinted 1985, 1985, 189, 1992, 1996,


Well, when Microeconomics 2 ended, my teacher gave me this book which caught jealousy from most of my friends hahaha (because it’s really new and smell beautiful – can i call that new-book smell?)

This book is quite thick but it’s not that heavy. You may be surprised when you pick it up.

The writers are Daron Acemoglu and James A.Robbinson who had researched many fields, in many years to publish this book.

It is all about why nations fail. The main and only reason they have presented is political institution. They gave many many examples to support their ideas. They have also rejected some theories: geography may affect the economic development or the heads of states are aggressive.

I’ve just read 1/10 of this book but it inspired me a quite crazy idea for my research. I have a thought that a will make a research about why Vietnamese…

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