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Do Assassinations Change History?

NBER Digest Online Do Assassinations Change History?

"We find that assassinations of autocrats produce substantial changes in the country's institutions, while assassinations of democrats do not," conclude authors Benjamin Jones and Benjamin Olken in Hit Or Miss? The Effect of Assassinations on Institutions and War (NBER Working Paper No.13102).

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