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La efectividad de las redes de protección social: El rol de los sistemas integrados de información social en Colombia

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Esta Nota Técnica forma parte de una serie de estudios realizados en el marco del proyecto “La efectividad de las redes de protección social: el rol de los sistemas integrados de información social”. Los estudios de caso fueron realizados en el período 2007-2008. La asistencia para esta investigación fue desarrollada por Francisco Espinosa. La autora agradece las sugerencias y los detallados comentarios suministrados por Roberto Ángulo, Olga Lucía Acosta y Jaime Ramírez para la elaboración de este documento. Igualmente agradece la información proporcionada por medio de varias entrevistas por Diana Cárdenas, quien se desempeñó como Coordinadora del Grupo de Calidad de Vida (Dirección de Desarrollo Social/Departamento Nacional de Planeación, DDS/DNP), así como los aportes de información realizados por los funcionarios de dicho grupo: Lina Castaño Mesa, Esteban Granados y Mauricio Linares.

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  • Lucia Mina Rosero, 2011. "La efectividad de las redes de protección social: El rol de los sistemas integrados de información social en Colombia," Research Department Publications 4707, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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    • H83 - Public Economics - - Miscellaneous Issues - - - Public Administration
    • I38 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Welfare, Well-Being, and Poverty - - - Government Programs; Provision and Effects of Welfare Programs

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