It is a familiar dilemma to policymakers around Asia: How much infrastructure, and what kind, is enough? How should developing economies prioritize when the needs are so great? China’s experience offers a surprising answer. While large-scale infrastructure sometimes generates GDP growth (it often does not), smaller is often better for poverty reduction.
Asian Studies | Infrastructure | Political Science
DONALDSON, John A., "Small infrastructure has big impact in China" (2016). Research Collection School of Social Sciences. Paper 2108.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/soss_research/2108
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