Social Protection for Equity and Growth
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KeywordsEconomic crises; social safety nets; social protection; natural disasters; shocks; economic transition; risk coping strategies; labor market measures; calamity funds; pensions systems; economic vulnerability; Vulnerabilidad económica; equidad social; eficiencia económica; crisis económicas; shocks; ancianos pobres; desastres naturales; medición de riesgos;
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