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Market Reforms and Social Welfare in the Czech Republic: A true success story?

1995






Mortality as an Indicator of Economic Success and Failure

1995


Amartya Sen, the Nobel economist, explains why mortality should, or could, be an indicator of economic success. While mortality is not in itself an economic phenomenon, the influences that increase or reduce mortality often have distinctly economic causes.



Macroeconomic Policy, Poverty Alleviation and Long-term Development: Latin America in the 1990s

1994


This Innocenti Occasional Paper examines the social and economic dynamics of poverty in Latin America from the late 1970s onward. The author’s analysis shows clearly the forces at work behind the observed changes in the nature and extent of poverty in the region.



Monitoring the Rights of Children. Global Seminar Report, 1994

1994






Models for Monitoring the Protection of Children's Rights: Meeting Report, Florence, 1990

1991






Measuring the Psychosocial Development of Young Children. Innocenti Technical Workshop Summary Report, 7-10 May 1990

1990






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