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Including the Excluded in South AsiaInclusion Versus Marginalization: Concepts and Measures

Including the Excluded in South Asia: Inclusion Versus Marginalization: Concepts and Measures [The concept of ‘inclusive growth’ has received wide currency ever since the UNDP started advocating it as a development goal. Contemporary development policy literature is replete with references to terms like ‘inclusion’, ‘exclusion’, ‘mainstreaming’ and ‘marginalization’ without a well-defined concept or measure for each of these terms. Of course, these terms pertain to the different distributional dimensions of the development process. This paper proposes a conceptual framework to define these dimensions in an integrated framework. It defines empirical measures for the corresponding outcomes to facilitate policy formulation, monitoring and evaluation. Finally, it provides an empirical illustration with reference to the Indian experience.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Including the Excluded in South AsiaInclusion Versus Marginalization: Concepts and Measures

Editors: Sekher, Madhushree; Carciumaru, Radu

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Publisher
Springer Singapore
Copyright
© Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2019
ISBN
978-981-32-9758-6
Pages
13 –26
DOI
10.1007/978-981-32-9759-3_2
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Abstract

[The concept of ‘inclusive growth’ has received wide currency ever since the UNDP started advocating it as a development goal. Contemporary development policy literature is replete with references to terms like ‘inclusion’, ‘exclusion’, ‘mainstreaming’ and ‘marginalization’ without a well-defined concept or measure for each of these terms. Of course, these terms pertain to the different distributional dimensions of the development process. This paper proposes a conceptual framework to define these dimensions in an integrated framework. It defines empirical measures for the corresponding outcomes to facilitate policy formulation, monitoring and evaluation. Finally, it provides an empirical illustration with reference to the Indian experience.]

Published: Oct 20, 2019

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