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Learning Better: Public Policy for Skills Development

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  • Busso, Matías
  • Cristia, Julian P.
  • Hincapie, Diana
  • Messina, Julián
  • Ripani, Laura

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Despite governments' best efforts, many people in Latin America and the Caribbean don't have the skills they need to thrive. This book looks at what policies work, and don't work, so that governments can help people learn better and realize their potential throughout their lifetimes.

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  • Busso, Matías & Cristia, Julian P. & Hincapie, Diana & Messina, Julián & Ripani, Laura, 2018. "Learning Better: Public Policy for Skills Development," IDB Publications (Books), Inter-American Development Bank, number 8495, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:idb:idbbks:8495
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    1. Bernal, Raquel & Ramírez, Sara María, 2019. "Improving the quality of early childhood care at scale: The effects of “From Zero to Forever”," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 118(C), pages 91-105.
    2. Raquel Bernal & Sara María Ramírez, 2018. "Improving childcare quality at scale: the effects of “From Zero to Foreverâ€," Documentos CEDE 016600, Universidad de los Andes - CEDE.
    3. Suzanne Duryea & Luísa Baptista Freitas & Luana Marques-Garcia Ozemela & Breno Sampaio & Gustavo R. Sampaio & Giuseppe Trevisan, 2019. "Universities and Intergenerational Social Mobility in Brazil: Examining Patterns by Race and Gender," Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy, Springer, vol. 2(4), pages 240-256, December.
    4. Christelis, Dimitris & Messina, Julián, 2019. "Partial Identification of Population Average and Quantile Treatment Effects in Observational Data under Sample Selection," IDB Publications (Working Papers) 9520, Inter-American Development Bank.

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