Employment, Poverty and Economic Development in Madagascar
Leonce Ndikumana and
Published Studies from Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Madagascar, one of the poorest countries in the world, faces many challenges. But recent political stability, debt cancellation, and a strong developmental plan for the future embedded in the Madagascar Action Plan – in addition to Madagascar's long-standing advantages of great mineral and environmental wealth – hold great promise for Madagascar's near and medium term future. Epstein, Heintz, Ndikumana and Change look closely at the country's economy, and recommend a shift away from the current IMF-based macroeconomic framework, toward one that focuses on growth, development and poverty reduction.
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