Issues and Challenges of Inclusive Development: Overview and Synthesis
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‘Inclusive development’ continues to dominate development discourse and policy debate in the context of many countries around the world, including India. This is not only because of the outstanding issues and challenges of past policies but also because of the emerging opportunities and prospects for promoting inclusive development through ongoing globalization process and technological progress. From the particular perspective of India, inclusive development as a development strategy has emerged and evolved within a particular historical context and socio-economic setting.
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