Social protection in transition countries: Emerging issues
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The authors wish to thank Trevor Alleyne, Benedict Clements, Elliott Harris, Insu Kim, Henri Lorie, Georgiy Markosov, Edgardo Ruggiero, Jerald Schiff, and Ludger Schuknecht for helpful comments. They are also thankful to Tarja Papavassiliou for computational assistance
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