Ways out of poverty : diffusing best practices and creating capabilities - perspectives on policies for poverty reduction
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KeywordsLabor Policies; Public Health Promotion; Economic Theory&Research; Health Monitoring&Evaluation; Environmental Economics&Policies; Achieving Shared Growth; Health Monitoring&Evaluation; Environmental Economics&Policies; Governance Indicators; Economic Theory&Research;
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