Corpus ID: 40072603

Economic growth and fragility

@inproceedings{Hinds2015EconomicGA,
  title={Economic growth and fragility},
  author={R. Hinds},
  year={2015}
}
This rapid review identifies evidence on the role of economic growth and economic development in helping countries break out of fragility. There is no commonly agreed definition of the terms ‘fragile states’ or ‘fragility’, and use of the terms are contested Most development agencies define fragility as ‘a fundamental failure of the state to perform functions necessary to meet citizens’ basic needs’ (Mcloughlin 2012, p. 9). Key characteristics of fragile states commonly include an inability to… Expand
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