University of Denver
Prof Khan will explore the well-known Korean growth and development experience to glean some pertinent lessons for industrialization and development in the 21st century. His work lays out a number of strategic features of the Korean development experience, ranging from strategic openness to learning, innovation, and ultimately enhancing the standard of living for all citizens. What does the Korean case tell us about the form and function of desirable institutions that provide security of property rights, enforceability of contracts and lead to a gradual and strategically conceived integration with the world economy? How can domestic institutions help maintain macroeconomic stability without a necessarily rigid conservative fiscal stance? In order to promote equitable growth, what institutions can supply social insurance and safety nets, and create a democratic space for voice and accountability?
Date: December 7, 2011
Time: 03:30 P.M.
NCAER Room No. 304
National Council of Applied Economic Research
Parisila Bhawan, 11, Indraprastha Estate
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