Evidence from a Randomized Evaluation of the Household Welfare Impacts of Conditional and Unconditional Cash Transfers Given to Mothers or Fathers
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- Akresh,Richard & De Walque,Damien B. C. M. & Kazianga,Harounan, 2016. "Evidence from a randomized evaluation of the household welfare impacts of conditional and unconditional cash transfers given to mothers or fathers," Policy Research Working Paper Series 7730, The World Bank.
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