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Public Capital, Growth and Welfare:
Analytical Foundations for Public Policy
Pierre-Richard Agénor

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"[T]his book is an essential tool of positive analysis for those (graduate students and researchers) working on growth and development theory, as well as an influential instrument of normative analysis for policy and decision makers operating in developed and less-developed countries. Such a book was definitely needed!"--Alberto Bucci, Journal of Economics

ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"Dwelling on years of research and a wealth of evidence, this new book is a masterful combination of theory, facts, and intuition. It provides a clear, rigorous, and unified perspective on the role of infrastructure in growth and development. That investing in infrastructure may be not only about promoting markets and reducing production costs, but also about achieving health and education outcomes, empowering women, and fostering innovation, is a message that development practitioners and multilateral institutions would do well to heed."--Otaviano Canuto, vice president, World Bank

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