For most countries in the world, spurring growth is the number one economic priority. At the same time, many are trapped in a cycle where their lack of productive capability limits expansion to new industries. As a result, there is little reason to expand into industries where demand does not exist. New growth strategies need paths, processes, and organizations to address this problem.
Leading Economic Growth, an Executive Education program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, brings together leading experts in economic development with practitioners from around the globe to focus on practical approaches to shared growth and development.
This five-day program provides a framework for understanding economic growth as well as sophisticated tools for diagnosis and decision making.