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Collective Action, Clientelism, and Connectivity
American Political Science Review
Backed by studies finding only limited propensity for free-riding when communities have an interest in self-provision, the last few decades have seen a surge of interest in community-based development. A major caveat to the "second wave" of collective action studies, however, is that collective action often breaks down under hierarchical social relationships. This is unfortunate news for developing countries' rural societies, which are often entrenched in patron-client networks. Using a naturaldoi:10.1017/s0003055412000251 fatcat:u6yx5q6kwzfr5oda22u7ditesy