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The Role of Income Transfer Programs in the Fall of Income Inequality in Brasil : a CGE Micro-Simulation Approach

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  • Allexandro Mori Coelh
  • Euclides Pedroso

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  • Samir Cury & Allexandro Mori Coelh & Euclides Pedroso, 2007. "The Role of Income Transfer Programs in the Fall of Income Inequality in Brasil : a CGE Micro-Simulation Approach," EcoMod2007 23900017, EcoMod.
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