What a way to make a living: Using industrial policy to create more and better jobs
One in every three young people in the world is either unemployed or working yet living in poverty. Developing countries’ failure to develop thriving manufacturing sectors is leading to jobless growth and rising inequality. Developing country governments can learn from rich countries about how they industrialised in the past – governments can and should implement these policies in a way that generates decent and dignified jobs. A growing number is pushing back against global rules that stop them.