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The concept of 'inclusive growth' (IG) is discussed in a political economy framework. The article reports comparative analysis of economic and planning policy documents from Scotland, England and the UK and findings from expert workshops held in Scotland, which identify four key policy areas for 'inclusive growth': skills, transport and housing for young people; city-regional governance; childcare; and place-making. These policies share with the 'Foundational Economy' an emphasis on everydaydoi:10.1093/cjres/rsaa039 fatcat:5ohto5vrtfgkhnja42vuqpiue4