Social protection systems in Latin America and the Caribbean: Jamaica
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- Dan Levy & Jim Ohls, 2010. "Evaluation of Jamaica's PATH conditional cash transfer programme," Journal of Development Effectiveness, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 2(4), pages 421-441.
- Levy, Dan & Ohls, Jim, 2010. "Evaluation of Jamaica's PATH Conditional Cash Transfer Programme," Scholarly Articles 4908084, Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
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- Milena Lavigne & Luis Hernán Vargas, 2015. "Social Protection Systems in Latin America and the Caribbean: Jamaica," One Pager 291, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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KeywordsSEGURIDAD SOCIAL; PENSIONES; SALUD; EDUCACION; EMPLEO; INDICADORES ECONOMICOS; INDICADORES SOCIALES; DERECHOS ECONOMICOS; SOCIALES Y CULTURALES; ECONOMIA DEL BIENESTAR; SOCIAL SECURITY; PENSIONS; HEALTH; EDUCATION; EMPLOYMENT; ECONOMIC INDICATORS; SOCIAL INDICATORS; ECONOMIC; SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS; WELFARE ECONOMICS;
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