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Why countries best placed to handle the pandemic appear to have fared the worst

By Rachel M Gisselquist, Senior Research Fellow, World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER), United Nations University
Andrea Vaccaro, PhD Candidate, Department of Social Sciences and Economics, Sapienza University of Rome
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More able and legitimate states should have handled the virus the best, but instead they've had the most cases and deaths.

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