Are the poor protected from budget cuts? theory and evidence for Argentina
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- Martin Ravallion, 2002. "Are the Poor Protected from Budget Cuts? Evidence for Argentina," Journal of Applied Economics, Universidad del CEMA, vol. 5, pages 95-121, May.
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KeywordsSafety Nets and Transfers; Services&Transfers to Poor; Public&Municipal Finance; Poverty Reduction Strategies; Public Sector Economics; Urban Economics; Rural Poverty Reduction;
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