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On the Political Economy of Poverty Alleviation

  • Marcelo Côrtes Nerì
  • Marcelo Casal de Xerez
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Abstract

The management of social policy has become more complex and challenging than ever. The decentralization of public actions allied to the growing involvement of NGOs and private firms creates a widespread diversity of simultaneous actions. On the other hand, the internationalization process of economies, concomitant with contagious macroeconomic instabilities, broadens the scope of opportunities for the realization of transfers of resources and social technology between countries.

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Local Government Federal Government Human Development Index United Nations Development Programme Participation Restriction 
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  • Marcelo Côrtes Nerì
  • Marcelo Casal de Xerez

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