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Overview of Chilean and Peruvian social policies: impressions from a study tour

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  • Pedro Lara de Arruda

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  • Luísa A. Nazareno

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  • Manoel Salles

    (IPC-IG)

  • Juliana Alves

    (IPC-IG)

  • Amelie Courau

    (IPC-IG)

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  • Pedro Lara de Arruda & Luísa A. Nazareno & Manoel Salles & Juliana Alves & Amelie Courau, 2016. "Overview of Chilean and Peruvian social policies: impressions from a study tour," Working Papers 148, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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