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The political resource curse -the detrimental effect of natural resource dependence on democracy -is a well-established correlate of authoritarianism. A long-standing puzzle, however, is why some countries seem to be immune from it. We address this issue systematically by distinguishing two kinds of economies: contract-intensive, where individuals normally obtain their incomes in the marketplace; and clientelist, where individuals normally obtain their incomes in groups that compete over statedoi:10.1080/13510347.2014.964216 fatcat:ly3uhou7nnbzpioysvamtvicku