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Jane Gao

Dear Prof. Andrews, I have read your insightful book of "the limits of instituional reform in development", and your analysis of isomorph legitmacy is really helpful to understand the institutional reform in developing countries. Also, the agile development methodology you introduced recently is interesting. But I have a question about this methodolgy that whether the feature of extreme programming can be actually realized in a world of more uncertainty and variablity? Thanks a lot!

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