Introducing a work devoted to the cultural dimensions of development, Samuel Huntington (1927-2008), made world famous by a book in which he predicted the era of “Clash of Civilizations” engaged in the game of retrospective comparison in 2000: “When in the early 1990s I looked at the economic data of Ghana and South Korea in the early 1960s, I was amazed at how much the two economies then exhibited similar traits. […]. Three decades later, South Korea had become an industrial giant and the world’s fourth largest economy. […] while its democratic institutions
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