To increase evidence-based dialogue on inclusive growth, The Asia Foundation and the Overseas Development Institute, with support from the UK Department for International Development (DFID), are implementing the Economic Dialogue on Inclusive Growth Programme in coordination with the General Economics Division of the Planning Commission. In addition to quarterly workshops, the project will produce six thematic research reports to support specific policy recommendations.
This project is part of the Strengthening Economic Systems in Bangladesh Programme. Its main objective is to increase dialogue on economic reforms and support the government of Bangladesh to develop pro-poor economic policies. DFID is investing in research and evaluation where clear gaps in evidence have been identified, and developing partnerships with those with proven ability to influence economic policy and respond to selective requests from the government of Bangladesh to help implement economic reforms.
To read all outputs visit the EDIG project page.