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Economic structure and the politics of sectoral bias: East Asian and other cases



Economic structure and the politics of sectoral bias: East Asian and other cases



Journal of Development Studies 29(4): 79-128



Governments of poor countries generally practise 'urban biased' policies that penalize the agricultural sector to the advantage of non-agriculture. Conversely, governments of rich countries generally practise 'rural bias'. As South Korea and Taiwan have become relatively wealthy over recent decades, they have also shifted from urban-biased to rural-biased policies. Adherents of the rational choice approach to political analysis claim to provide an explanation of the causes of this pattern.

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