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El Impacto Distributivo de las Políticas Sociales

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  • Sebastián Galiani

    (Washington University in Saint Louis)

  • Leonardo Gasparini

    (CEDLAS - UNLP)

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El objetivo de este trabajo es reseñar brevemente los métodos tradicionales de evaluación del impacto distributivo de las políticas públicas y discutir algunos de los avances más relevantes en los últimos veinte años. El trabajo se concentra en la evaluación de programas sociales, dejando de lado otras intervenciones públicas y su financiamiento. El trabajo resume los progresos a nivel internacional con algunas referencias a la experiencia argentina.

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  • Sebastián Galiani & Leonardo Gasparini, 2012. "El Impacto Distributivo de las Políticas Sociales," CEDLAS, Working Papers 0130, CEDLAS, Universidad Nacional de La Plata.
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      by Maximo Rossi in Wikiprogress América Latina on 2012-04-26 01:02:00

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