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Title:Successful transition towards a virtuous cycle of human development and economic growth : country studies PDF Logo
Authors:Ranis, Gustav
Stewart, Frances
Issue Date:2007
Series/Report no.:Center discussion paper // Economic Growth Center 943
Abstract:This paper explores the two-way links between Economic Growth and Human Development by examining the performance of some countries which have been successful in both dimensions and a few which have not. The specific aim is to examine the historical experience of six countries in order to determine how a system can move to a situation in which improvements in Human Development accompany and support higher rates of growth which, in turn, contribute to further improvements in Human Development as the basic societal objective.
Subjects:Economic growth
human development
comparative country studies
JEL:O11
O15
O57
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Center Discussion Papers, Economic Growth Center (EGC), Yale University

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