The authors of WDR2006 and the Emphasis on Inequalities in Developing Countries

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The authors of WDR2006 and the Emphasis on Inequalities in Developing Countries
 
World Development Report 2006: Equity and Development
About the Report
WDR 2006

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Inequalities in incomes, in health, and in educational outcomes have long been a stark fact of life in many developing countries. When such inequalities in outcomes arise from unequal opportunities, there are both intrinsic and instrumental grounds for concern.
 
Because inequalities in opportunity are often accompanied by profound differences in influence, power, and social status—whether at the level of individuals or groups—they have a tendency to persist. And because it leads to an inefficient use of resources and to less effective institutions, inequity is inimical to long-term development.
 
It follows that there is a legitimate role for public action in the promotion of fairness and in the pursuit of equity, provided such action is cognizant of the primacy of individual freedoms, and of the role of markets in allocating resources.
 
World Development Report 2006 presents evidence on the inequality of opportunity, within and across countries, and illustrates the mechanisms through which it impairs development. The Report advocates taking explicit account of equity in determining development priorities: public action should aim to expand the opportunities of those who, in the absence of policy interventions, have the least resources, voice, and capabilities.
 
Domestically, it makes the case for investing in people, expanding access to justice, land, and infrastructure, and promoting fairness in markets. Internationally, the report considers the functioning of global markets and the rules that govern them, as well as the complementary provision of aid to help poor countries and poor people build greater endowments.
 
Drawing on the World Bank’s 60 years of development experience, the World Development Report 2006 is essential reading for understanding how greater equity can reduce poverty, enhance economic growth, advance development, and deliver increased opportunities to the poorest groups in our societies.

The report complements both the  WDR 2004 which focused on service delivery to the poor, and the WDR 2005, which focuses on improving the investment climate – and thus the potential for economic growth – across the developing world. 

 
Core Team
World Development Report 2006: Equity and Development


The World Development Report 2006 on Equity and Development will be co-directed by Francisco H. G. Ferreira and Michael Walton, under the guidance of François Bourguignon, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, and a group of advisors. 

Core team members

Michael Walton
Francisco H. G. Ferreira
Abhijit Banerjee
Peter Lanjouw
Marta Menendez
Tamar Manuelyan Atinc
Berk Ozler
Giovanna Prennushi
Vijayendra Rao
James Robinson
Michael Woolcock
Ximena Del Carpio
Thomas Edward Haven
Claudio E. Montenegro
Caroline Mary Sage
Jeffery Tanner
Other contributors
Caridad Araujo
Shaohua Chen
Ana Revenga

Advisors
Arjun Appadurai
Tony Atkinson
Angus Deaton
Naila Kabeer
Martin Ravallion




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