Session 5: The political economy of inclusive growth

 

Session 5: The political economy of inclusive growth


A better understanding of the political roots of social exclusion, how rents are generated and shared, and the incentives facing elites in promoting or blocking social inclusion, is critical for the design of more effective inclusive growth policies. What do we know about the dynamics underlying centralized bargaining versus individualized competitive clientelistic allocation of rents, and what are the implications for improved policymaking?

Speaker: Mushtaq Khan (University of London) powerpoint
Discussants: Yevgeny Kuznetsov (WB-PRMED, World Bank) powerpoint
and William Tompson (OECD-GOV)

 

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