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4.3.3 Development - Interventionist Strategies (Edexcel A-Level Economics Teaching PowerPoint)


Last updated 22 Oct 2023

This teaching powerpoint for Edexcel covers: Development - Interventionist Strategies

Interventionist strategies are government policies and programs aimed at addressing problems and improving economic and social conditions in developing countries. They can take many forms, but some common examples include:

  • Subsidies and tax incentives to promote investment and growth in key industries.
  • Direct investment in infrastructure, such as roads, electricity, and telecommunications.
  • Education and training programs to improve the skills of the workforce.
  • Social welfare programs to improve access to health care, education, and other services.
  • Policies to promote land reform, agrarian reform, and rural development.

Interventionist strategies are often controversial, with critics arguing that they can create dependence on government support and stifle private sector development.

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