Asian Development Review - Volume 24, Number 1

Publication | June 2007

This issue presents topics on how to measure sustainable development, inclusive growth, and government inclusiveness within the context of inequalities in the health sector, among others.

It also provides a review of "institutional" and behavioral" responses to farm household production theories, and discusses the role of private sector development in institutions and policies for growth and poverty reduction

About the Asian Development Review

The Asian Development Review is the professional journal of ADB that aims to disseminate the results of economic and development research carried out by ADB staff and resource persons. The Review stresses policy and operational relevance of development issues rather than the technical aspects of economics and other social sciences. Articles are intended for readership among economists and social scientists in government, private sector, academia, and international organizations.

Contents 

  • Measuring Sustainable Development: Theory and Application - Partha Dasgupta
  • Measuring Inclusive Growth - Ifzal Ali and Hyun Hwa Son
  • Measuring Government Inclusiveness: An Application to Health Policy - Ajay Tandon
  • Farm Household Production Theories: A Review of "Institutional" and "Behavioral" Responses - Mariapia Mendola
  • Institutions and Policies for Growth and Poverty Reduction: The Role of Private Sector Development - Rana Hasan, Devashish Mitra, and Mehmet Ulubasoglu

Additional Details

Editor
Type
Series
Subjects
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Industry and trade
  • Private sector development
  • Poverty
Pages
  • 128
ISSN
  • 0116-1105 (Print)

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