Workforce and Employment

How can we generate more good jobs in developing countries?

Policymakers should take steps to increase the number of formal jobs in developing countries. Image: UNSPLASH/Annie Spratt

Dani Rodrik

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Figure 1: Analytics of technology choice in a world with skill/capital intensive technical change. Image: Diao, Ellis, McMillan, Rodrik (2020)
Figure 2: Reconsidering development policy. Image: Rodrik

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