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The Korean experience & the 21st century transition to a capability enhancing developmental state

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Frame of Image ) and the key means of development (enhanced human capabilities are the p means rinciple source of increased productivity).
Reconceptualizing Development
The capability approach converges with other work in modern economics: modern • theoretically: new growth models privilege ideas, information and other intangible inputs.
• empirically: econometric analysis suggests that “HD [human development] improvements must precede HD growth-oriented policies if growth is to be sustained.” growth (Boozer, Ranis, Stewart and Suri, 2003: 25).
The political side of Sen’s capability political approach is essential to Senian development:
Priorities must be determined via information intensive, thoroughly democratic, deliberative institutions [technocratic analysis is insufficient] This implies a process of contestation, institutionalized in a way that encourages a focus on collective goals, safeguarding especially the ability of disprivileged groups to defend their vision of the collective good. Deliberation is essential to defining goals. It is also essential to the state’s capacity for essential efficient implementation.
Reconceptualizing development
has powerful implications for
reconceptualizing the developmental state
Reconceptualizing the Developmental State
4 General Points
Reconceptualizing the Developmental State
1) Capable public bureaucracies are even more important than we thought they were. Without competent, coherent public bureaucracies, capability-expanding public services wi


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Title The Korean experience & the 21st century transition to a capability enhancing developmental state
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Evans, Peter

Publisher

University of California

Date 2011
Pages 33
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < General
Government and Law < Public Administration