‘Business as Usual’ Trend of Structural Transformation: Can this Ensure Graduation with Momentum?
Moazzem, Khondaker Golam; Arno, Akashlina | March 2018
This brief examines the benchmark situation for Bangladesh’s structural transformation and provides a better understanding of possible structural changes during the transition period towards graduation. It identi es the required level of structural transformation during the post-graduation phase with a view to ensure smooth transition to graduation. The overall relationship has been examined at two stages: a) graduation-led structural transformation and b) structural transformation-enabled smooth transition after graduation. Given the analysis of the benchmark situation and needed future levels of structural change in Bangladesh, the policy brief outlines appropriate policies and measures to overcome expected challenges.
CitationMoazzem, Khondaker Golam; Arno, Akashlina. 2018. ‘Business as Usual’ Trend of Structural Transformation: Can this Ensure Graduation with Momentum?. © Centre for Policy Dialogue. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/8165.
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