Reading two articles and answer two questions as succinct and clear. you.  Kung, James and Titi Zhou. 2021. “Political Elites and Hometown Favoritism in Famine-Stricken China.” Journal of Comparative Economics 49 (1): 22-37.  Kung, James, and Shuo Chen. 2011. “The Tragedy of the Nomenklatura: Career Incentives and Political Radicalism during China’s Great Leap Famine.” American Political Science Review 105 (1): 27-45. Articles PDF link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1zfQnp6uXIioFHCn4WF5j39IgbMNwUbc_?usp=sharing Q1. evidence is there to bear on the claim that it was career incentives rather than personal idiosyncrasies of provincial officials that accounted for political radicalism during China’s Great Leap Famine (Kung and Chen, 2011)? Is this argument consistent with Kung and Zhou’s (2020) finding that “hometown favoritism” was practiced by those who were in charge of central planning? Q2. In testing their hypothesized relationship that an additional CC member would reduce excess death rate during China’s Great Leap Famine, how did the authors deal with the concern of omitted variable bias in the absence of an instrumental variable (Kung and Zhou (2020)?
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