Poverty, education, and health in Indonesia : who benefits from public spending?
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KeywordsPublic Health Promotion; Health Monitoring&Evaluation; Health Economics&Finance; Health Systems Development&Reform; Early Child and Children's Health; Health Systems Development&Reform; Health Monitoring&Evaluation; Poverty Assessment; Health Economics&Finance; Achieving Shared Growth;
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- NEP-LAB-2002-03-14 (Labour Economics)
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