David Bulman
David Bulman
Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins SAIS
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Transitioning from low-income growth to high-income growth: is there a middle income trap?
D Bulman, M Eden, H Nguyen
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2014
Transitioning from low-income growth to high-income growth: is there a middle-income trap?
D Bulman, M Eden, H Nguyen
Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy 22 (1), 5-28, 2017
Good countries or good projects? Comparing macro and micro correlates of World Bank and Asian Development Bank project performance
DJ Bulman, W Kolkma, A Kraay
Comparing Macro and Micro Correlates of World Bank and Asian Development …, 2015
World development report 2017: Governance and the law
LF Lopez-Calva, Y Zhou, E Al-Dahdah, DJ Bulman, DH Isser, M Larizza, ...
World Bank Group, 2017
Sovereign Catastrophe Risk Pools: World Bank Technical Contribution to the G20
World Bank Group
World Bank, 2017
Incentivized development in China: Leaders, governance, and growth in China's counties
DJ Bulman
Cambridge University Press, 2016
Loyalists, localists, and legibility: The calibrated control of provincial leadership teams in China
DJ Bulman, KA Jaros
Politics & Society 48 (2), 199-234, 2020
Localism in retreat? Central-provincial relations in the Xi Jinping era
DJ Bulman, KA Jaros
Journal of Contemporary China 30 (131), 697-716, 2021
Leninism and local interests: how cities in China benefit from concurrent leadership appointments
DJ Bulman, KA Jaros
Studies in Comparative International Development 54, 233-273, 2019
Growth in China 1978-2008: Factor Accumulation, Factor Reallocation, and Improvements in Productivity
D Bulman, A Kraay
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2011
The economic security dilemma in US-China relations
DJ Bulman
Asian Perspective 45 (1), 49-73, 2021
From uneven growth to inclusive development: Romania’s path to shared prosperity—systematic country diagnostic
D De Rosa, YS Kim, A Chatzinikolaou, DJ Bulman, J Hopkins, ...
World Bank Group, Washington, DC, 2018
Instinctive Commercial Peace Theorists? Interpreting American Views of the US–China Trade War
D Bulman
Business and Politics 24 (4), 430-462, 2022
Picking Losers: How Career Incentives Undermine Industrial Policy in Chinese Cities
DJ Bulman, X Yan, Q Zhang
The Journal of Development Studies 58 (6), 1102-1123, 2022
The Governance Game
S Banuri, D Bulman, LF López-Calva, E Molina, A Safir, S Sharma
Background Paper for the World Development Report, 2017
Financial sustainability of the Belt and Road Initiative before and after COVID-19
D Bulman
The Belt and Road Initiative in Asia, Africa, and Europe, 241-259, 2022
S Banuri, D Bulman, LF Lopez-Calva, E Molina, A Safir, S Sharma
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