- 3-industrialization , Employment and Poverty

  title={- 3-industrialization , Employment and Poverty},
  author={Alejandro Lavopa and Adam Szirmai},
This review of the literature on industrialization, employment and poverty has been commissioned by the International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group). for valuable comments and advice. The responsibility for the contents of this report including any shortcomings lies solely with the authors.-4-EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. To what extent does the manufacturing sector contribute to creation of jobs and the reduction of poverty in developing economies? Is it important to invest in manufacturing… CONTINUE READING

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