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Infection Rates in Arab Countries: A Tale of State Capacity

Abstract : Figures published by Le Monde on 15 September 2020 based on information provided by the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center once again point to a correlation between the infection rates reported by individual states on the one hand and some of their political features and economic characteristics on the other. Though neither mechanical nor a reason to examine other variables, the correlation nonetheless seems to be significant and plausible.
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Eberhard Kienle. Infection Rates in Arab Countries: A Tale of State Capacity. Les Dossiers du CERI, CERI, 2020, pp.en ligne. ⟨hal-02951327⟩



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