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Conditional cash transfers in Latin America / edited by Michelle Adato and John Hoddinott
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, c2010
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 3rd Floor  HC130.P6 C66 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Economic assistance, Domestic -- Latin America
Income maintenance programs -- Latin America
Poverty -- Government policy -- Latin America
Public welfare -- Latin America
Physical Description xviii, 386 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note "Published for the International Food Policy Research Institute"
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Conditional cash transfer programs: a "magic bullet"? / Michelle Adato and John Hoddinott -- Combining quantitative and qualitative research methods for evaluation of conditional cash transfer programs in Latin America / John A. Maluccio, Michelle Adato, and Emmanuel Skoufias -- The evolving antipoverty agenda in Mexico: the political economy of PROGRESA and Oportunidades / Iliana Yaschine and Mónica E. Orozco -- The new generation of social programs in Brazil / Valéria Pero and Dimitri Szerman -- The political economy of social protection in Honduras and Nicaragua / Charity Moore -- The economics of conditional cash transfers / Jere R. Behrman and Emmanuel Skoufias -- The cost of conditional cash transfer programs: a comparative analysis of three programs in Latin America / Natȧlia Caldés, David Coady, and John A. Maluccio -- The impacts of conditional cash transfer programs on education / Jere R. Behrman and Susan W. Parker -- Conditional cash transfer programs and health / Saul S. Morris -- Nutrition and conditional cash transfer programs / John Hoddinott -- The impact of conditional cash transfer programs on food consumption / John Hoddinott and Doris Wiesmann -- Women's status, gender relations, and conditional cash transfers / Michelle Adato and Terry Ropnaraine -- Conditional cash transfer programs, participation, and power / Michelle Adato and Terry Roopnaraine -- Conditional cash transfers in the second decade: current debates and new frontiers / Michelle Adato and John Hoddinott
Alternate Author Adato, Michelle
Hoddinott, John

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