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Globalization, adjustment and the challenge of inclusive growth

Ponciano S. Intal

Globalization, adjustment and the challenge of inclusive growth

boosting inclusive growth and industrial upgrading in Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam

by Ponciano S. Intal

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Published by De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 76-81).

Statementeditors, Ponciano S. Intal, Jr., Miguel Roberto V. Borromeo, Gerardo L. Largoza
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2011/42063 (H)
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 119 p. :
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25132868M
ISBN 109789715555357
LC Control Number2011308125

  This book provides a diagnosis of the central economic and financial challenges facing Caribbean policymakers and offers broad policy recommendations for promoting a sustained and inclusive increase in economic well-being. The analysis highlights the need for Caribbean economies to make a concerted effort to break the feedback loops between weak macroeconomic fundamentals, . publications The Angelo King Institute for Economic and Business Studies commissions studies and projects with the goal of sharing the results and findings with .

  The critics can point to evidence: for people in advanced economies, the global financial crisis was a hit to wealth and, for many, retirement prospects; and growth recovery is still sluggish. People feel the effects of income inequality, stagnating wages, and a lack of job security; and they sense and fear market volatility. The second, revised and updated, edition of Economics of Development: Toward Inclusive Growth continues to focus on the argument that rather than concentrating on growth, income distribution, and poverty reduction separately, the basic objective of development policies should be to achieve inclusive book looks at the issues of development in comparative light, and investigates and.

Globalization, Infrastructure, and Inclusive Growth In the context of inclusive growth, this constitutes a challenge. However, the answer should not be to eschew opening up the economy or building infrastructure, but to do so in an informed way and seek to undertake complementary policies that help the less well-off take advantage of them. Globalization, adjustment, and the challenge of inclusive growth: Furthering inclusive growth and industrial upgrading in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam. CBMS-UNDP Development grant program. Toward greater financial stability in the Asian region: Exploring steps to .


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Entitled Globalization, Adjustment and the Challenge of Inclusive Growth undertaken by researchers from Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines with support from the International Development Re-search Centre (IDRC) of Canada. The research focused on particular. Globalization, Growth, and Poverty: Building an Inclusive World Economy.

Globalization is a powerful force for poverty reduction as societies and economies around /5(8). Globalization, Adjustment, and the Challenge of Inclusive Growth: Boosting Inclusive Growth and Industrial Upgrading in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam.

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Low-income developing countries (LIDC) have experienced a rapid increase in economic integration since the early s. This chapter builds a dynamic general equilibrium model that captures important structural characteristics of LIDCs—a large agriculture sector, productivity gaps, and limited financial inclusion—to identify the channels through which integration can affect inclusive : Rupa Duttagupta, Sandra Lizarazo Ruiz, Angelica Martinez Leyva, Marina Mendes Tavares.

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An Inclusive & Sustainable Globalization: A Multilateral Approach. Globalization must not leave the “bottom billion” behind. This assertion is based on more than respect for the worth of our fellow men and women, and beyond an appreciation that any of us might have been born in similar circumstances.

Inequality, productive and decent employment, the environment, health, and climate change are becoming increasingly important in the agendas of policy makers. Institutions such as the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank also acknowledge the issue and argue that growth and globalization have to be inclusive.

While the literature covers inclusive growth in some detail, few authors actually elaborate on inclusive development and how the concept can be made operational. This articlefirst positions inclusive development in the development debate. It then discusses inclusive develop-mentper se, in.

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