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Leadership, Policy Making, Quality of Economic Policies, and Their Inclusiveness : The Case of Rwanda

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING AGRICULTURE ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES ARABLE LAND BAD GOVERNANCE BALANCE OF PAYMENTS BANKING SYSTEM BENEFICIARY BIRTH RATES BROAD MONEY BUDGET DEFICIT BUDGETING BUSINESS COMMUNITY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS OPERATIONS CAPITAL FORMATION CDF CENTRAL BANK CHECKS CHLORINE CITIZENS CIVIL SOCIETY CIVIL WAR CLIMATE CHANGE COLLECTIVE ACTION COMMERCIAL BANK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMPETITIVENESS CREDIT CONTRACT CRIME CRISES CUSTODY DEBT DECENTRALIZATION DEMOCRACY DEMOCRATIC PROCESSES DETERMINANTS OF GROWTH DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT PLANS DIRECT INVESTMENT DISARMAMENT DISCRIMINATION DUMMY VARIABLE DURABLE ECONOMETRICS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC EFFECTS ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMIC POLICY ECONOMIC REFORMS ECONOMIC RESOURCES ECONOMIC STRUCTURE ECONOMICS ELASTICITY EMPIRICAL STUDIES ENABLING ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURE EXPORTS EXTREME POVERTY FIGHTING CORRUPTION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SUPPORT FISCAL DISCIPLINE FISCAL POLICIES FOREIGN AID FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTORS GDP GDP PER CAPITA GENOCIDE GLOBALIZATION GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT REVENUES GOVERNMENT TRANSFER PAYMENTS GREENHOUSE GASES GROWTH MODELS GROWTH PERFORMANCE GROWTH RATE GUARANTEE FUNDS HIV HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IMPACTS OF POVERTY INCOME INEQUALITY INFLATION INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS INSTRUMENT INTERNATIONAL BANK INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL MARKET INTERNATIONAL TRADE INVESTMENT RATES JUDICIAL REFORMS KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LEGAL REFORMS LEGAL STATUS LEVEL OF POVERTY LIFE EXPECTANCY LIQUIDITY LOCAL BUSINESS LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOCAL LEVELS LOCAL POPULATION LONG-TERM INVESTMENT M2 MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MACROECONOMIC STABILIZATION MACROECONOMICS MODERNIZATION MONETARY FUND MONETARY POLICY MONEY MARKET MULTILATERAL INSTITUTIONS NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE OFFICIAL POLICY PEACE PER CAPITA INCOME POLICY ENVIRONMENT POLICY MAKERS POLICY-MAKING PROCESS POLITICAL ECONOMY POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS POLITICAL LEADERSHIP POLITICAL STABILITY POST CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION PRACTITIONERS PRICE CONTROLS PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR CREDIT PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH PROGRESS PUBLIC AFFAIRS PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PUBLIC SERVICES REAL GDP RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RURAL AREAS SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SELF-CONFIDENCE SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVISION SOCIAL AFFAIRS SOCIAL COHESION SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH TAX TAX BASE TAX COLLECTION TAX REVENUE TAX REVENUES TAX SYSTEM TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY TRADE LIBERALIZATION TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORTATION TREASURY TRUST FUND URBANIZATION VICTIMS VULNERABILITY WEALTH WORKFORCE YOUTH
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Rwanda
2017-08-28T21:19:27Z | 2017-08-28T21:19:27Z | 2008

This paper analyzes the role of the leadership in the economic growth in Rwanda, a country that was seriously affected by civil war and the 1994 genocide. It appears that the will and the clear vision of the leadership in Rwanda were one of the central pillars of the very good economic and social performances in Rwanda. This is particularly important because the country has almost no natural resources and the economy and its fundamentals were completely destroyed by the 1994 genocide. This paper thus helps enrich the various economic growth models by stressing the importance of the quality of leadership.

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