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The World Bank economic review 16 (3), Volume 1
 
Author:Cox Edwards, Alejandra; Klasen, Stephan; Newman, Constance; Friedman, Jed; Levinsohn, James; Collier, Paul; Dercon, Stefan; Mackinnon, John; Gauthier, Bernard; Soloaga, Isidro; Tybout, James; Country:Cameroon; Ethiopia; Ecuador; Chile;
Date Stored:2003/04/05Document Date:2002/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Demographics; Population & Development; Health Monitoring & Evaluation; Pensions & Retirement Systems; Agricultural Knowledge and Information Systems
ISBN:ISBN 019-851662-2Language:English
Major Sector:(Historic)Sector not applicableRegion:Africa; Latin America & Caribbean
Report Number:25579Sub Sectors:(Historic)Sector not applicable
Source Citation:The World Bank economic review. -- Vol. 16, no. 3 (2002), pp. 321-476Volume No:1

Summary: Gender effects of social security reform in Chile, by Alejandra Cox Edwards. Low schooling for girls, slower growth for all? Cross-country evidence on the effect of gender inequality in education on economic development, by Stephan Klasen. Gender, time use, and change : the impact of the cut flower industry in Ecuador, by Constance Newman. The distributional impacts of Indonesia's financial crisis on household welfare : a rapid response methodology, by Jed Friedman and James Levinsohn. Density versus quality in health care provision : using household data to make budgetary choices in Ethipia, by Paul Collier, Stefan Dercon, and John Mackinnon. A firm's-eye view of commercial policy and fiscal reforms in Cameroon, by Bernard Gauthier, Isidro Soloaga, and James Tybout.

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