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The Impact of Foreign Capital on the Quality of Government in Countries with Coffee Resource Dependence (2000-2017)

Student: Svyatoslav Zborovskiy

Supervisor: Aleksey Gilev

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Political Science (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The research focuses on the impact of foreign capital on the quality of government in countries with coffee resource dependence problem. The introduction presents the scientific and practical relevance of the study. The study consists of two chapters. The first chapter presents a review of academic literature and theoretical frameworks on this issue. The second chapter contains an empirical analysis of the study. The first chapter focuses on the conceptual analysis of the concept and measurement of the quality of government, a review of the literature on the impact of foreign capital on the quality of government for hypothesizing research and analyzing political effects of coffee resource dependence. The second chapter describes the course of the research and the results of an empirical study carried out according to the strategy of mixed methods using panel linear regression and fixed effects and a qualitative comparative analysis of a variety of bivalent crisp-set. The conclusion presents the findings of the study. The work is relevant to the choice of coffee dependence with the trend of studying the political effects of hydrocarbon minerals, a review of recent research and the choice of a mixed research strategy that is not standard for studying this problem.

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