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Development Connections: Unveiling the Impact of New Information Technologies by Inter

development connections chong alberto inter american development bank

It explains what went wrong with industrial policies in the 1960s, and what countries have to do differently this time around. We need more than good intentions. He is currently an Associate Editor with Economics Bulletin. Selecting Priority Sectors for Productive Transformation: An Elephant in the Room? The E-mail message field is required. It starts off with a simple yet unpopular premise: that a technology may sound cool, but that does not mean it alleviates poverty. We need to measure the impact of interventions to know what works, what does not, and why.

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Development connections : unveiling the impact of new information technologies (eBook, 2011) [tabular-rasa.com]

development connections chong alberto inter american development bank

He pursued graduate studies in Economics at Cornell University and Harvard University, and received his Ph. They then systematically analyze country policies through this lens in key areas such as innovation, new firms, financing, human capital, and internationalization to show the power of this way of thinking. Alberto Chong is a Professor in the Department of Economics at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies and holds a joint appointment with the College of Education and Human Development. Should be required reading for policymakers around the region. Admirable in its analytical exposition, empirical detail, and policy discussion, this is a must-read for development economists and practitioners alike.

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Development connections : unveiling the impact of new information technologies (eBook, 2011) [tabular-rasa.com]

development connections chong alberto inter american development bank

And in the case of Information and Communications Technologies, it is not hard to imagine that technology still needs humans, and good human intentions, in order to generate positive social change. He has also edited eight books. The authors do a masterful job of not only surveying what is known about 'productive development policies,' but also laying out a policy agenda. If you know of missing items citing this one, you can help us creating those links by adding the relevant references in the same way as above, for each refering item. It starts off with a simple yet unpopular premise: that a technology may sound cool, but that does not mean it alleviates poverty.

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Chong, Alberto

development connections chong alberto inter american development bank

Series Title: Responsibility: Alberto Chong, editor ; Inter-American Development Bank. The Start-Up and Scale-Up of High-Productivity Firms 5. Investing in Ideas: Business Innovation Policies 4. It also allows you to accept potential citations to this item that we are uncertain about. However, as this useful report shows, inadequate productivity growth since its adoption has forced the region's policymakers to reconsider whether the wholesale rejection of industrial policy was appropriate. His publications include more than sixty papers in peer-reviewed journals such as the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, the Review of Economics and Statistics, Economic Journal, the Journal of.

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Development Connections: Unveiling the Impact of New Information Technologies (Summary)

development connections chong alberto inter american development bank

While technology has great potential, its value emerges only with the proper institutional support. This change requires a reload. We need more than good intentions. Before joining Georgia State University he held faculty appointments with the University of Ottawa and George Washington University and spent about a dozen years working in multilateral organizations in particular, the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank. To address market failures, the authors propose a simple conceptual framework based on the scope and nature of the policy approach. Beyond the Classroom: Preparing People to Produce 6. He is currently an Associate Editor with Economics Bulletin.

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Development Connections

development connections chong alberto inter american development bank

Before coming to Georgia State University he held faculty appointments with the University of Ottawa and George Washington University, the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank. We need more than good intentions. No amount of technology makes up for deficient political commitment, human capacity, or institutional integrity. This allows to link your profile to this item. Please choose whether or not you wish to save this view before you leave; or choose Cancel to return to the page. Rethinking Productive Development examines the market failures impeding transformation and the government failures that may make the policy remedies worse than the market illness.

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Alberto Chong

development connections chong alberto inter american development bank

Contents: A field of dreams or a dream come true? He pursued graduate studies in Economics at Cornell University and Harvard University, and received his Ph. Conclusion; Damien King and David Tennant. We need to measure the impact of interventions to know what works, what does not, and why. He pursued graduate studies in Economics at Cornell University and Harvard University, and received his Ph. Tired orthodoxies will not do the trick, but the fresh thinking contained in this volume just might. Alberto Chong is a Professor in the Department of Economics at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies and holds a joint appointment with the College of Education and Human Development.

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Development Connections

development connections chong alberto inter american development bank

. His publications include more than sixty papers in peer-reviewed journals such as the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, the Review of Economics and Statistics, Economic Journal, the Journal of the European Economic Association, the Journal of Public Economics, and the Journal of International Economics, among others. No amount of technology makes up for deficient political commitment, human capacity, or institutional integrity. This change requires a reload. Giving Credit to Productivity 7.

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