Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
The received wisdom is that beyond all else, economic essentials of fiscal stability, trade flows and investments drive economic growth. That point of view, rightly stressing the essentials of growth, deserves to be qualified, however. Emerging experiences suggest the centrality of three other themes, not only as desirable in themselves but as essential to continued growth. They are: a better environment, greater inclusion and improved governance
This collection of articles (adapted slightly to fit the volume) communicates the ideas behind these themes. The pieces cover a broad range of media outlets and provide a cross section of work at the World Bank Group, at the Asian Development Bank and partner institutions. They encapsulate efforts to improve our response to the central challenge of sustaining development.
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