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  • Submitted by: anonymous
  • on November 17, 2013
  • Category: Social Issues
  • Length: 19,285 words

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Economic Policy Paper on Political Stability and Economic Development: The Case of Bangladesh
1. Introduction Among the non-economic variables considered as sine qua non for development, political stability comes first. One may argue that other non-economic factors like rule of law, law and order situation are subsumed under political stability. On the other hand, major determinants of development like savings and investment, relative price stability, human resources, level of technology, factor productivity can play an effective role when political atmosphere is congenial. For example, it is argued that political stability and convenient law and order ensure the confidence of the people in the economy and its further development, which encourages the people to save. It also promotes confidence of the investors in the economy and convinces them to invest and reinvest. Of course, price stability, higher education and technical qualifications of the population, increasing factor productivity, technological modernity, export promotion etc. may not be directly related to political stability. But political stability in the long run ultimately ensures a relative price stability, improves educational and qualification status of the people, increases factor productivity, enables technology transfer, promotes exports. Those are the factors essential for economic growth. Moreover, long term political stability provides a congenial atmosphere for evolution of democracy. Democratic political order in turn, can ensure political stability. The nexus between political stability and economic development becomes crucial because Bangladesh is passing through a juncture of history, e.g., the fast moving world of globalization where we cannot afford the luxury of either political development first, as was the case with Europe, or economic development first, as has been the case with the high growth East Asian countries. Bangladesh is confronted with enormous challenges of...

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