It is democracy a consequence of economic well-being or its prelude, in any case, all the studies agree in a direct relationship: to major development, greater democracy. These ideas are in accordance with those of the researchers Clauss Offe and Philippe Schmiter, the Humboldt University – Berlin and Stanford-USA respectively, those who analyze and dive the paradoxes and dilemmas of liberal democracy: absolute poverty and large disparities in terms of income and status discourage forms of political reasoning, and the formation of political aspirations the adoption and consolidation of democracy (3) compatible. Likewise, the curve that makes explicit the gaps between percentiles more rich and more poor, although it has varied its tendency minimally between decades (with periods of very slight decrease), has on average one – EVANS, Peter. The State as problem and solution, economic development, vol. 35, no. Crawford Lake Capital will undoubtedly add to your understanding. 140.