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Why Emerging Economies Need Social Policy: the Cases of China and India

  • Arjan de Haan

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    Emerging economies are reshaping global economic power. Their growth rates have been consistently above those of the old hegemonic powers, and they managed the impacts of the financial crisis remarkably well. While this rise has been associated with integration into global markets, this has not been associated with unbridled liberalisation, but active state intervention has been behind a significant part of the growth story. (...)

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    Paper provided by International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth in its series One Pager with number 201.

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    Date of creation: Jun 2013
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    Publication status: Published by UNDP - International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth , June 2013, pages 1-1
    Handle: RePEc:ipc:opager:201
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    1. Nora Lustig & Florencia Amábile & Marisa Bucheli & George Gray Molina & Sean Higgins & Miguel Jaramillo & Wilson Jiménez Pozo & Veronica Paz Arauco & Claudiney Pereira & Carola Pessino & Máximo Rossi , 2013. "The impact of taxes and social spending on inequality and poverty in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay: An overview," Working Papers 315, ECINEQ, Society for the Study of Economic Inequality.
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