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Las condiciones de la condicionalidad en las transferencias monetarias


  • Luca Pellerano

    () (IPC-IG)

  • Valentina Barca

    () (IPC-IG)


"Mientras las transferencias monetarias condicionadas (TMC) forman parte de una generación de programas de protección social relativamente nueva y en crecimiento, los beneficios incondicionales (conocidos como programas de transferencias monetarias incondicionales [TMI]) son un mecanismo de protección social usado desde hace mucho tiempo. Se ha demostrado con datos concretos que ambos tipos de transferencia tienen un efecto positivo en aspectos fundamentales de la acumulación de capital humano como la alimentación, el desarrollo cognitivo y la educación".

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  • Luca Pellerano & Valentina Barca, 2017. "Las condiciones de la condicionalidad en las transferencias monetarias," One Pager Spanish 317, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:opespa:317

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    condiciones; condicionalidad; transferencias monetarias;

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