A clear introduction describing the development issue you chose and the way you have decided to analyze it. The question that you are trying to answer should be included in your introduction
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A clear plan of how you are going to answer the question you have proposed. The plan should include a description of where you can find the data you need and what you plan on doing with it.
A conclusion in which summarize the main points you have developed so far.
A bibliography where you list the references and data used. You may add an appendix for graphs, data, or mathematical derivations.
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.There is a clear and well-documented positive relationship between urbanization (increases in the urban/rural population ratio) and per capita GDP . However, the positive relationship does not prove causality nor does it tell us anything about changes in income inequality. In particular, some cities and countries have managed increased urban populations far better than others. (See Exhibit I.) An important question today, given the forecasted increase in urban populations globally , is: What factors lead to well-managed urban population growth and associated (and equitable) income growth?
Here, the World Bank CPAI public sector management and institutions cluster average is used as a proxy for well-managed public development efforts presumably supporting efficient urban growth, among other...