Structural change fundamentals and growth a framework and case studies

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Structural change  fundamentals  and growth   a framework and case studies

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Structural Change  Fundamentals and Growth   A Framework and Case Studies

Download or read online Structural Change Fundamentals and Growth A Framework and Case Studies written by Margaret Stokes McMillan, published by Unknown which was released on 2017. Get Structural Change Fundamentals and Growth A Framework and Case Studies Books now! Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle.

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Global Productivity

The COVID-19 pandemic struck the global economy after a decade that featured a broad-based slowdown in productivity growth. Global Productivity: Trends, Drivers, and Policies presents the first comprehensive analysis of the evolution and drivers of productivity growth, examines the effects of COVID-19 on productivity, and discusses a wide range of

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Structural transformation in Southeast Asian countries and key drivers

This study’s objective is to examine the factors that have driven structural transformation (ST) in the Southeast Asian (SEA) economies and the policies supporting the process. It sets the stage by evaluating the ST in each country, quantifying the contribution of “within sector” and “structural change” to overall productivity

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Rethinking Development Policy  Deindustrialization  Servicification and Structural Transformation

This paper takes a fresh look at the current theories of structural transformation and the role of private and public fundamentals in the process. It summarizes some representative past and current experiences of various countries vis-a-vis structural transformation with a focus on the roles of manufacturing, policy, and the international

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New Perspectives on Structural Change

New Perspectives on Structural Change is a comprehensive edited volume that outlines both the historical roots and state-of-the-art debates on the role of structural change in the process of economic development, including both orthodox and heterodox perspectives and contributions from prominent scholars in this field. The volume consists of four

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Ghana s Economic and Agricultural Transformation

Using Ghana as a case study, this work integrates economic and political analysis to explore the challenges and opportunities of Africa's growth and transformation.

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Our Continent  Our Future

Our Continent, Our Future presents the emerging African perspective on this complex issue. The authors use as background their own extensive experience and a collection of 30 individual studies, 25 of which were from African economists, to summarize this African perspective and articulate a path for the future. They underscore the need

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Human capital and structural transformation  Quasi experimental evidence from Indonesia

This paper provides quasi-experimental evidence on the long-term causal effect of increases in human capital on participation in agriculture. We use variation in male educational attainment generated by Indonesia’s Sekolah Dasar INPRES program, one of the largest ever school building programs. Consistent with the first evaluation [Duflo, 2001], we find

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The Least Developed Countries Report 2020

This series contains the decisions of the Court in both the English and French texts.

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The Transformation of Social Relationships in Industry 4 0

The dynamics of scientific and technological development of modern society is characterized by high growth rates, accompanied by the algorithmization of the digital economy raises new and transformation of existing social relations in which the boundaries between physical, digital and biological worlds are disappearing, giving rise to an objective need

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Improving agricultural productivity in Papua New Guinea  Strategic and policy considerations

If smallholder farming households in Papua New Guinea achieve higher crop productivity levels, progress will be made along several dimensions of the development vision for PNG – increasing GDP for the agricultural sector and the overall economy; driving growth, diversification, and transformation of local rural economies; improving food consumption; and reducing

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Bangladesh s Road to Long term Economic Prosperity

“A must read for anyone interested in understanding complexities of development process.”–Fakhruddin Ahmed, former Governor of the Central Bank of Bangladesh “Policy makers and general readers including specialists would find this lucid analysis very useful.”– Nurul Islam, Deputy Chairman of the First Planning commission of Bangladesh “The author provides

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Ethiopia s agrifood system  Past trends  present challenges  and future scenarios

Ethiopia has experienced impressive agricultural growth and poverty reduction, stemming in part from substantial public investments in agriculture. Yet, the agriculture sector now faces increasing land and water constraints along with other challenges to growth. Ethiopia’s Agrifood System: Past Trends, Present Challenges, and Future Scenarios presents a forward-looking analysis

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Developmentalism  Dependency  and the State  Industrial Development and Economic Change in Namibia since 1900

Why does Namibia’s economy look the way it does today? Was the reliance on raw materials for exports and on the service sector for employment an inevitability? And for what reasons has the manufacturing sector – the vehicle for economic development for many now-high income countries throughout the 19th and 20

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