Introducing Greening Strategies in Emerging Economies


By Syed A. Al-Muti

This case study examines the economic structure of Bangladesh and analyzes the contribution and potential of the leather sector in ensuring sustainable economic growth. Through relying on the Advocacy Coalition Framework (ACF) developed by Sabatier et al (2007), it also explores why it became necessary to relocate the leather processing industry from Hazaribagh to Savar, why initial attempts to relocate the industry failed, and how the development of a coalition that includes members from the development partners, research agencies and business associations eventually resulted in a successful policy shift.

Posted February 28, 2018
Related locations: Bangladesh
Related programs: Environment and Climate Action, Inclusive Economic Growth
Related topics: Green Growth