Unformatted text preview: basis for encompassing an agenda that puts more weight on institu-tional change • deliver a better understanding of the micro-economic processes that generate income growth. The kind of evidence currently being built by micro-economic research at the sub-national level will doubtless be the most persuasive and credible advice to policy makers in the decade to come. But it is clear that, when it comes to halving global poverty, there is no magic bullet. Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 20...
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- Economics, Global poverty rates, Besley & Burgess, LSE Summer School, common theoretical framework, empirical political economy