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Considering Growth and Equity in SADC Today

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  • Michael MacLennan

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The Green Guide project, see One Pager No. 194, funded by the Climate Development Knowledge Network, provides an important opportunity to carry out action-oriented research and to explore some of the innately complex political issues which arise in the process of re-calibrating economies for greener and more inclusive growth. The trajectory of growth within the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region presents potential and real opportunities for the guide to provide insight on sustainable and equitable growth. The lessons learned from the project could potentially also be applicable to a broader cross-section of other developing countries. (?)

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  • Michael MacLennan, 2013. "Considering Growth and Equity in SADC Today," One Pager 195, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:opager:195
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