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Asian Development Bank. (2006) Country Diagnostics Study, Philippines: Critical Development Constraints. Manila. Asian Development Bank.

Asian Development Bank. (2011). Framework of Inclusive Growth Indicators Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2011 Special Supplement. Manila: Asian Development Bank.

De Haan, A and Thorat, S. (2013). Inclusive Growth: More than Safety Nets. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre.

Easterly, W. (2001). The Elusive Quest for Growth: Economists' Adventures and Misadventures in the Tropics. Cambridge, Massachusets: MIT Press

Felipe, J. (2010). Inclusive Growth, Full Employment, and Structural Change: Implications and Policies for Developing Asia. New York: Anthem Press.

Froy, F. and S. Gigure (2010). Breaking Out of Policy Silos: Doing More with Less. Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED), OECD Publishing.

Grindle, M. and Thomas, J. (1990). After the Decision: Implementing Policy Reforms in Developing Countries. World Development. Vol. 18 (8).

Habito, C. F., & Asian Development Bank. (2010).An Agenda for High and Inclusive Growth in the Philippines. Manila: Asian Development Bank.

Hall, P. (2002). Urban and Regional Planning. New York: Routledge. Healy, P. (2003). Collaborative Planning in Perspective. London: Sage Publications. Kakwani, N. and Ernesto Pernia, E. (2000). What is Pro-Poor Growth? Asian Development Review, Volume 18, No. 9.

Klasen, S. (2010). Measuring and Monitoring Inclusive Growth: Multiple Definitions, Open Questions and Some Constructive Proposals. Manila: Asian Development Bank

Lavoie, Donald. (1985). National Economic Planning: What is Left? Washington D.C.: Cato Institute

McKinley, T. (2010). Inclusive Growth Criteria and Indicators: An Inclusive Growth Index for Diagnosis of Country Progress. Manila: Asian Development Bank.

Ranieri, R and Ramos R.A. (2013). Inclusive Growth: Building Up a Concept. Brazilia: International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC - IG). Ravallion, M. (2004). Pro-poor growth: a primer. Policy Research Working Paper, No. WPS3242, Washington, D. C.: World Bank Saad-Filho, A. (2010). Growth, Poverty and Inequality: From Washington Consensus to Inclusive Growth. DESA Working Paper No. 100. UN DESA. Sutton, R. (1999). The Policy Process: An Overview. London: Overseas Development Institute


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