Investing in Public Infrastructure; Roads or Schools?
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KeywordsPublic investment; Debt sustainability; Human capital; Infrastructure; Low-income developing countries; political myopia; debt aversion; lowincome; low-income developing countries; International Lending and Debt Problems; Institutions and Growth; Infrastructures;
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