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A doctrine in development economics according to which the development of a poor country occurs on the basis of a synchronized expansion in many sectors. In normative terms, it implies that the government has to plan how to spread new capital investment across many sectors. In positive terms, it implies that the capital formation necessarily occurs through balanced growth.

Subjects: Economics.


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