Green Industrial Policy: Accelerating Structural Change towards Wealthy Green Economies. Dani Rodrik, 2017, Paper, “There are two major reasons for governments and societies to accelerate structural change in their economies and proactively shape its direction. First, there is the challenge of creating wealth. Structural change, that is, the reallocation of capital and labour from low- to high-productivity activities, is a key driver of productivity growth and higher incomes. This is particularly important for developing countries where incomes are low and poverty is pervasive. According to the latest available estimates, 767 million people lived on less than $1.90 a day, and 1.9 billion people in the developing world still had less than US $ 3.10 a day in 20131 – a clear indication that the current structural composition of national economies does not provide a sufficient number of productive jobs.Link