Weingast (2016) writes:
The NWW framework redefines the process of economic and political development as the transition from a limited access order to an open access order. The transition is a difficult process, and NWW argue that only two or two and a half dozen states have successfully completed it.
Earlier, NWW (2009) had written:
Perhaps 25 countries and 15 percent of the world’s population live in open access societies today
Have NWW ever explicitly stated what specifically these "two or two and a half dozen states" or "[p]erhaps 25 countries" are?
In NWW (2009), they have three subchapters (6.5, 6.6, and 6.7) specifically discussing the transition to open access in Britain, France, and the US. So these are three. What are the other 20+ states that in their opinion have also successfully made this transition?