Economics beyond the Economists
If inclusive growth and development are to be economically and politically sustainable, they cannot rely only upon ex post transfer measures. This is the fundamental error in conception that growth is to be followed by "redistribution". Inclusivity must be anchored in a productive process characterised by the wide distribution of productive capabilities and thereby of the fruits of growth. An exploration of the "growth vs distribution" debate.
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