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El Impacto del Programa Bolsa Familia en el Poder de Decisión de las Mujeres

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  • Alan de Brauw

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    (IPC-IG)

  • Instituto Internacional de Investigación sobre Políticas Alimentarias

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    (IPC-IG)

  • Daniel O. Gilligan

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    (IPC-IG)

  • Instituto Internacional de Investigación sobre Políticas Alimentarias

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    (IPC-IG)

  • John Hoddinott

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    (IPC-IG)

  • Instituto Internacional de Investigación sobre Políticas Alimentarias

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    (IPC-IG)

  • Shalini Roy

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    (IPC-IG)

  • Instituto Internacional de Investigación sobre Políticas Alimentarias

    ()

    (IPC-IG)

En muchos programas de transferencias monetarias condicionadas (TMC) del mundo, incluido el Bolsa Familia de Brasil, las prestaciones se entregan de preferencia a las mujeres. Esto se debe a que las investigaciones previas han demostrado que al dotar a las mujeres de un mayor control sobre los recursos familiares se aumenta su poder de decisión y se obtienen mejores resultados con los niños (véase, por ejemplo, Quisumbing, 2003). Sin embargo, hay pocos datos cuantitativos que indican que los programas de TMC orientados a mujeres de hecho aumenten su capacidad de toma de decisión.

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Paper provided by International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth in its series One Pager Spanish with number 238.

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Date of creation: Jul 2014
Publication status: Published by UNDP - International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth , 2014, pages 1-2
Handle: RePEc:ipc:opespa:238
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  1. Keisuke Hirano & Guido W. Imbens & Geert Ridder, 2003. "Efficient Estimation of Average Treatment Effects Using the Estimated Propensity Score," Econometrica, Econometric Society, vol. 71(4), pages 1161-1189, 07.
  2. Agnes R. Quisumbing & John A. Maluccio, 2003. "Resources at Marriage and Intrahousehold Allocation: Evidence from Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Indonesia, and South Africa," Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Department of Economics, University of Oxford, vol. 65(3), pages 283-327, 07.
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