BSC Video 16: Isomorphic Mimicry in Argentina

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Mimicry is an effective strategy  for governments to get short-term support from external development organizations. However, it is an ineffective strategy for building long-term capability. In this video, Matt Andrews uses the lack of fiscal rules in Argentina as an example to illustrate that mimicry does not lead to change. You can watch the video below or on YouTube.

If you are interested in learning more, watch Form does not equal function.

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