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Qualitative Research and Analyses of the Economic Impacts of Cash Transfer Programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa ? a Research Guide Prepared for the from Protection to Production Project

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This research guide was prepared as part of the joint FAO-UNICEF ?From Protection to Production? (PtoP) project (http://www.fao.org/economic/ptop/en/). The project takes advantage of ongoing impact evaluations of cash transfer programmes in sub-Saharan Africa to look at the impact of these programmes on household economic activities, including labour supply, as well as their impact on the local economy. The project is using a mixed-method approach, combining econometric analysis of impact evaluation data, local economy Social Accounting Matrix (SAM)/computable general equilibrium (CGE) models and qualitative methods. (?)

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  • Oxford Policy Management, 2012. "Qualitative Research and Analyses of the Economic Impacts of Cash Transfer Programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa ? a Research Guide Prepared for the from Protection to Production Project," Working Papers 100, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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