How Good Are Ex Ante Program Evaluation Techniques? The Case of School Enrollment in PROGRESA
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KeywordsEconomic models; Education; Human capital; Income; Mexico; Labor markets; Labor productivity; Labor supply; Private sector; Poverty reduction; Payment systems; Social policy; microsimulation; conditional transfers; demand for schooling; child labor; PROGRESA; schooling; enrollment ratio; school attendance; school enrollment; Time Allocation and Labor Supply; Keywords: Microsimulation;
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