Social Investment and Economic Growth: A strategy to eradicate poverty
Social Investment and Economic Growth presents two major arguments. First: absolute poverty is not inevitable. Second: equitable economic growth is a necessary, but not sufficient, condition for the eradication of poverty. To achieve the goal of development for all, labour-intensive growth must be accompanied by public investment in basic, universal social services.
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