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Ethiopia - Accelerating Equitable Growth : Country Economic Memorandum, Volume 1. Overview

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL VALUE AGRICULTURE AID EFFECTIVENESS AUTHORITARIANISM AUTOCRATIC GOVERNMENT BASIC EDUCATION BASIC SERVICES BUSINESS CLIMATE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CAPACITY BUILDING CITIZEN CITIZENS COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY CONSTITUENCIES CONSTITUTION CONSUMERS CROPS DEBT DECENTRALIZATION DEMOCRACY DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE DEMOCRATIC PROCESSES DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS DEVELOPMENT POLICY DEVELOPMENT PROCESS DIMINISHING RETURNS DISEASES DISSEMINATION DRUGS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ECONOMIC POLICIES EXCHANGE RATES EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT EXPORT GROWTH EXPORTS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORMS FINANCIAL SYSTEM FISCAL POLICY FOOD PRODUCTION FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN EXCHANGE GDP GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNANCE ISSUES GOVERNANCE REFORM GOVERNMENT BUDGETS GOVERNMENT EFFORTS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS GOVERNMENT POLICY GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES GOVERNMENT SERVICES GOVERNMENT'S DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY GRAIN PRODUCTION GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH POLICY GROWTH RATES HEALTH CENTRES HEALTH SERVICES HOUSEHOLDS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RIGHTS ILLITERACY IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT IMPLICATIONS FOR POVERTY REDUCTION INCOME INCREASING RETURNS INDUSTRIALIZATION INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL QUALITY INTERNAL ACCOUNTABILITY INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT CLIMATE LABOUR MARKET LABOUR MARKETS LAND POLICY LATIN AMERICAN LIVING CONDITIONS LOCAL EMPOWERMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOCAL KNOWLEDGE LOCAL LEVELS LOCAL POLITICIANS MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS MACROECONOMIC CONDITIONS MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT MACROECONOMIC POLICY MIGRATION MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS MONARCHY NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL PLANNING NATIONS NATURAL DISASTERS NURSES OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE OPPOSITION PARTIES POLICY DISCUSSIONS POLICY RESEARCH POLICY UNCERTAINTY POLITICAL CONDITIONS POLITICAL OPPOSITION POVERTY REDUCTION PRIMARY HEALTH SERVICES PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PRIVATE SECTOR GROWTH PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR REPRESENTATIVES PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH PROGRESS PROPERTY RIGHTS PUBLIC ACTION PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SECTOR REGIONAL TENSIONS REGULATORY BODIES RISING DEMAND RISK MANAGEMENT ROADS RURAL AREAS RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL PRODUCTIVITY SAFETY NET SAFETY NETS SANITATION SCHOOL ENROLMENTS SERVICE DELIVERY SMALL TOWNS SOCIAL CONDITIONS SOCIAL CONFLICTS SOCIAL CONTROL SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL POLICY SOCIAL SECTORS SOCIAL SERVICES SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL EROSION SOVEREIGNTY SUPPLY CHAINS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABLE GROWTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS TRANSPARENT PROCESSES TRANSPORT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS URBAN DEVELOPMENT VALUE ADDED WAR WATER MANAGEMENT
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Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2012-06-14T14:44:39Z | 2012-06-14T14:44:39Z | 2007-04

This report presents an update on the economic challenges facing Ethiopia with a focus on the shared goal of accelerating equitable growth. The starting point is the Government's own Plan for Accelerated and Sustained Development to End Poverty (PASDEP), which is in the process of finalization, and is designed to cover the period 2005-2010. This report proposes that the growth strategy should more explicitly adopt a "two-legged" approach that would both (a) consolidate and deepen an essentially balanced, broad-based and inclusive growth strategy and (b) adopt a more selective approach to speed up growth, allowing for identification and support for dynamic new activities, based on private and public sector discoveries, innovations, and partnerships. This report suggests ways forward to complement and strengthen the PASDEP. It brings together recent analysis and thinking from a range of sources, to put forth a storyline and key elements of the strategy in Part I. The second part provides a series of chapters on key themes - viz. recent and longer term economic developments, rural development, the private sector, the infrastructure challenge, and the institutions and governance. The report seeks to provide adequate coverage of the major challenges facing Ethiopia in its efforts to accelerate equitable growth, drawing on work across a range of themes including the Institutional and Governance Review.

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