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Title: Insight on the evolution and distinction of inclusive growth
Authors: Biswas, Arindam
Published in: Development in Practice
Abstract: This article develops a new pragmatic approach in delineating inclusive growth, covering two issues. First, it records the chronological evolution of inclusive growth; second, it details the distinction between broad-based growth and pro-poor growth, and inclusive growth. The article aims to highlight the objectivity of inclusiveness, which is distinctly different than broad-based growth and pro-poor growth. The research concentrates on salient issues like growth, poverty, and inequality, identifies a distinct variation between broad-based growth/pro-poor growth and inclusive growth, and establishes the exclusivity of inclusive growth. © 2016 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.
Citation: Development in Practice(2016), 26(4): 503-516
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Routledge
Keywords: Aid – Development policies
Capacity development
Civil society – Participation
Governance and public policy
Labour and livelihoods – Poverty reduction
South Asia
ISSN: 9614524
Author Scopus IDs: 57188827590
Author Affiliations: Biswas, A.
Corresponding Author: Biswas,
Appears in Collections:Journal Publications [AR]

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