Fighting Poverty: Assessing the Effect of a Guaranteed Minimum Income Proposal in Québec
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KeywordsGuaranteed Minimum Income; ex ante evaluation; labor market effects; poverty alleviation; public finance; Revenu minimum garanti; Évaluation ex ante; Effets sur l'offre de travail; allégement de la pauvreté; finances publiques;
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