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Thursday, August 24, 2006 

To Attack Poverty is not A Mere Planning Exercise

When concentrating on a broad approach in Poverty Reduction Strategies, governments have to weigh numerous aspects embedded with political and social dynamics and the adaptation of those components with the functionings of market mechanisms. If approaching matters of reforms without adequate commitment to the development of social opportunities, we can witness some discrepancies within the process of development, and its approach to liberalization schemes. In fact, issues that are clearly pertinent with the terms and forms of planning to execute budget allocations and public expenditures for social investments, and education programming, see here.
Amidst these patterns and the relationships between market mechanisms and public goods, arguments about the latter, can effectively support the benefits associated with the expansion of education and literacy as means to strengthen communal benefits and enhance economic progress and social change; but also pin-point to the adaptation of the former by scrutinizing its regulations when it comes to economic openness, and the relevance of its institutional lay-outs.


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