This paper considers how, at an ‘open moment’ in its history, Nepal might meet the challenge of moving from slogan to implementation. It suggests national programs have a role to play in facilitating this process by supporting government functions. It emphasizes the centrality of economics to a successful transformation and proposes an integrated plan for leveraging the country’s assets, overcoming its constraints and sequencing change so the country meets its goals.

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