Human capital investment and long-term poverty reduction in rural Mexico
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- Paul Conal Winters & Vera Chiodi, 2011. "Human Capital Investment And Long‐Term Poverty Reduction In Rural Mexico," Journal of International Development, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 23(4), pages 515-538, May.
- Vera Chiodi & Vera Chiodi, 2009. "Human capital investment and long-term poverty reduction in rural Mexico," Post-Print halshs-01063699, HAL.
- Paul Winters & Vera Chiodi, 2008. "Human capital investment and long-term poverty reduction in rural Mexico," PSE Working Papers halshs-00586227, HAL.
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- Álvarez, Carola & Devoto, Florencia & Winters, Paul, 2008. "Why do Beneficiaries Leave the Safety Net in Mexico? A Study of the Effects of Conditionality on Dropouts," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 36(4), pages 641-658, April.
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KeywordsRural development; Livelihood stratégies; Human capital; Conditional cash transfers; Mexico; Latin America;
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