Expanded Social Protection May Do More Harm Than Good: A Pessimistic Review
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- John Gibson, 2015. "Expanded Social Protection May Do More Harm Than Good: A Pessimistic Review," Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies 201548, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University.
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