The Past, Present, and Future of Economic Growth
Dani Rodrik ()
Challenge, 2014, vol. 57, issue 3, 5-39
The author is a widely respected international specialist who mixes orthodox and unorthodox solutions according to how he perceives development policy has worked in the past. In this article, he shows that there are two pieces to the development puzzle, each difficult. One is the development of the right institutions, by no means something economists know about fully. The other is to develop leading industries. Both require the attention of government.
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