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Economic Development & Competitiveness

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Monitor Deloitte’s Economic Development and Competitiveness Practice assists national and local governments, government institutions, development partners, and foundations to develop and execute strategies for accelerating economic growth and competitiveness. 

Monitor Deloitte’s approach for accelerating economic growth is based on the concepts of competitiveness and productivity, building heavily from Monitor co-founder Michael Porter’s theory of Competitive Advantage and the Competitive Advantage of Nations.  Monitor Deloitte strategies to enhance competitiveness can be developed for countries, regions, or municipalities, and can be cross-sectoral or industry-specific.

Accelerating economic development and enhancing competitiveness require that nations, regions, provinces or cities make difficult strategic choices at multiple levels. Monitor Deloitte assists them in developing a theory of change which translates to a theory of action.


Our core service offering includes:

  • Defining a Competitive Economic Growth Strategy
  • Enabling Cluster Development
  • Improving the Business Environment
  • Promoting Value Chain Efficiency
  • Attracting Foreign Direct Investment
  • Fostering Entrepreneurship
  • Addressing Poverty through Bottom of the Pyramid Strategies
  • Understanding and Engaging Constituencies
  • Designing and Launching Institutions for Growth
  • Ensuring Institutional Performance
  • Building Human Capacity
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