Structural transformation is the process by which countries
change what they produce and move from low-productivity, low-wage
activities to high-productivity, high-wage activities. Methodologies
to analyze opportunities for structural transformation are emerging.
Governments that want to facilite movements to better export
activities, as well as encourage strategic jumps to new areas must
actively learn the sector-specific constraints to structural
transformation and overcome them in order to accelerate future
Date: June 23, 2011
Time: 12:30 P.M.
Second Floor Conference Room
The World Bank,
70 Lodi Estate,
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