STEG Pathfinding Papers

The Pathfinding Papers review what is known and what questions are most salient in specific areas of research and policy related to structural transformation and economic growth.
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These papers focus on particular areas of interest within the STEG research programme by summarising key policy questions, synthesising the findings of relevant academic literature, identifying important evidence gaps/research questions, and elucidating the links to the various research themes and cross-cutting issues. The papers do not encompass the full interests of STEG, however, they are simply the first outputs of what will become a broader set of synthesis papers.

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Bureaucratic Nepotism

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