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Applied Inclusive Growth Analytics. World Bank JVI -Vienna, Austria June 29 – July 2, 2009. Background. Great growth analysis, great poverty analysis - but limited integration

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Applied inclusive growth analytics

Applied Inclusive Growth Analytics

World Bank

JVI -Vienna, Austria

June 29 – July 2, 2009


Background
Background

  • Great growth analysis, great poverty analysis - but limited integration

  • Inclusive growth analytics integrates these analytical branches; also using employment, economic diversification and human capital analysis.


What is applied inclusive growth analytics
What is Applied Inclusive Growth Analytics?

  • The search of the binding constraints to inclusive growth in a specific country

  • Inclusive growth is growth in which a major part of the labor force contribute and benefit, and thereby raise their incomes through productive employment.

  • Note that the non-included group could be the poor, but also a lagging region, unemployed, ethnic group, women, migrants, middle-income, … depending on the specific country


Broad outline of the course
Broad Outline of the Course

  • Theory, Framework and Principles

  • Tools and Applications

    • Country-specific Development Dynamics Analysis

    • The Economic Actors

    • Diagnostic Tree

  • Political Economy Dimensions

  • Examples throughout the course from World Bank reports (Zambia, Benin, Kenya, Mongolia, Rwanda, Tajikistan,…)


Website
Website

  • Course material, tools, good practice examples, etc…

  • www.worldbank.org/inclusivegrowth

  • Explore the tools in JVI’s computer lab!