Is Ethiopia evolving into a post-developmental state ? If so , what sort of political economy has been unfolding ? Who is getting what from this change and continuity ? To answer these questions one has to consider the mode of privatization , the nature of major mega urban and rural projects and how and who is making these major decisions. To what extent inclusivity is improved both in the economic process and in distributing economic gains. To what extent this process is affecting and being affected by politics of transition . For example some critique the urban projects as elitists and far from the poor and exclude the masses, while others see the triple-down effect and see such projects complementing the political process ? Such Political economic analysis may indicate the depth of political polarization/cohesion in the country for the last three years. Each essayist is expected to frame the argument along PEA to answer the above questions critically.
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