Category Archives: Governance

Building Institutions in Cambodia: Connecting the Competent Individuals

By Heng Dyna Yes, institutions matter. Prosperity depends less on culture or geography or rulers’ expertise but much more on “institutions”, i.e. property rights, economic freedom, equality before the law, and trusted enforcement of contracts. Markets cannot function well without … Continue reading

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Op-ed on “Aid to Cambodia rarely reaches the people it’s meant to help”

Email from Mr. Sim Vireak to Mr. Joel Brinkley on “Aid to Cambodia rarely reaches the people it’s meant to help” April 19, 2011 Mr. Joel Brinkley, I read our article which appeared on Washington Post entitled “Aid to Cambodia … Continue reading

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