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Transferencias Monetarias Condicionales: Por qué la Focalización y las Condiciones Pueden Fallar

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  • Guy Standing


    (Professor of Economic Security, University of Bath, UK)

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    One Pager #44 del CIP, ?Dolores del Crecimiento?, argumenta que los programas de transferencia monetaria deben convertirse en un elemento permanente en el ámbito de la protección social en países en vías de desarrollo. Este One Pager da un paso más en cuanto a esa lógica al abogar por una subvención universal de los ingresos como base fundamental para gozar de una seguridad económica básica (véase Standing 2007). Esta perspectiva considera la focalización y las condiciones como elementos innecesarios y contraproducentes. (...)

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    Paper provided by International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth in its series One Pager Spanish with number 47.

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    Date of creation: Aug 2008
    Publication status: Published by UNDP - International Poverty Centre, August 2008, pages 1-2
    Handle: RePEc:ipc:opespa:47
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