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The Growth-Equity Nexus in Bangladesh : An Analysis of Recent Experience

@inproceedings{SR2015TheGN,
  title={The Growth-Equity Nexus in Bangladesh : An Analysis of Recent Experience},
  author={O S.R.},
  year={2015}
}
Bangladesh‟s transition to a higher growth trajectory since the early 1990s has been accompanied by increasing inequality of income. In particular, the gap between the richest ten per cent and the poorest forty per cent of the population has steadily widened. The present paper argues that growth acceleration and rising inequality are essentially two sides of the same coin in the sense that the forces that have contributed to growth acceleration are also the ones that have engendered rising… 
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