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Promoting Inclusive Growth
Challenges and Policies
OECD, The World Bank. Edited by Luiz de Mello , Mark A. Dutz. Published by : OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  02 mai 2012
Pages: 288 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264168299 , Code OCDE: 112011011P1
Prix:   €84 | $117 | £75 | ¥10900 | MXN1510 , Frais de livraison inclus
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This volume discusses several policy challenges facing countries to achieve and sustain inclusive growth. The volume is based on the proceedings of a conference co-organised by the OECD Economics Department and the World Bank on 24-25 March 2011, which brought together academics and practitioners from advanced, emerging-market and developing economies. While discussions on strong growth typically focus on the pace of economic expansion, those on inclusiveness also delve into the patterns of growth and on how its benefits are shared among the various social groups. An important message that came out of the conference is that strong growth is not necessarily inclusive and that policy action is needed to make sure that pro-growth initiatives also foster inclusiveness.

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Executive summary 
Chapter 1. The political economy of inclusive growth by by Mushtaq H. Khan
Chapter 2. Finance, regulation and inclusive growth by Ross Levine
Chapter 3. Individualised service provision and the new welfare state: Are there lessons from Northern Europe for developing countries? by Charles Sabel
Chapter 4. Making green sources of growth more inclusive by Sjak Smulders
Chapter 5. Fiscal democracy or why sound fiscal policy, budget consolidation and inclusive growth require fewer, not more, attempts to control the future by C. Eugene Steuerle
Chapter 6. Sequencing public interventions tosupport techno-entrepreneurship by Morris Teubal and Yevgeny Kuznetsov
Chapter 7. Competition and innovation-driven inclusive growth by Mark A. Dutz, Ioannis N. Kessides, Stephen D. O’Connell and Robert D. Willig
Policy debate:  How do you make growth more inclusive? by William R. White
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