The global crisis of 2008-09 has brought to the forefront a plethora of ecomic and political policy issues. There is a re-opening of discussion on basic ecomic concepts, appropriate framework for analysis, role of private and public sectors in the ecomy, structural transformation of ecomies, human development and managing of growing risks and crises. The purpose of this book has been to bring home the inter-linkages in various parts of the ecomy and the need for practical policy making to reach development goals while being aware of the instabilities, complexities and downside risks inherent in the nature of a an ecomy operating in a globalized world. Thematically, this book focuses on two core types of policy: policies that promote strong, sustainable and inclusive growth in low income and middle income developing countries and new and emerging policies that necessitates a discussion amongst policy makers and practitioners. Throughout the book, the authors provide insight in to the different types of policy approaches that can be taken to help the ecomy grow. Ultimately the book looks to foster discussion amongst policy makers on growth and development.