Sam Morley

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  • Sam Morley, Oscar Altimir, Nora Lustig, Gustavo Márquez, Chris Scott, Rob Vos +8 others
  • 1997
1 Development Bank .The views expressed are not necessarily those of the Bank or its board of directors. The authors would like to thank de Barros for kindly providing data. Please address comments to Abstract: This work assesses the changes in aggregate poverty and inequality that have taken place in Latin America during the past 26(More)
  • Bill Savedoff, Jere Behrman, Nancy Birdsall, Luis Rene Caceras, Gary Fields, Carol Graham +8 others
  • 1998
and Naoko Shinkai for excellent research assistance. We also thank Mecovi and especially Jose Antonio Mejía for providing data. The views expressed in this document are of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect those of the Inter American Development Bank or its Board of Directors. Abstract: One of the main concerns of Latin Americans today is the lack(More)
This article describes the patient-centered Scalable National Network for Effectiveness Research (pSCANNER), which is part of the recently formed PCORnet, a national network composed of learning healthcare systems and patient-powered research networks funded by the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). It is designed to be a(More)
  • José Antonio Mejía, Rob Vos, Elio Londero, Juan Luis Londoño, Sam Morley, Miguel Székely +3 others
  • 2001
The objective of the working paper series is to present the results, and conclusions of studies carried out by the Inter-American Institute for Social Development in order to promote the exchange of ideas and opinions on topics relating to economic and social development. The views expressed in this document do not necessary reflect the official position of(More)
What we know • Engaging parents in their children's education improves the children's educational attainment and ongoing engagement in education. • A family's level of 'social capital' and socioeconomic position affects how they engage with their children's school. • Risk factors associated with poor parental engagement include: – family problems such as(More)
to facilitate the implementation of the AU/NEPAD Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Program (CAADP) and other regional agricultural development initiatives in Africa. The ReSAKSS nodes offer high-quality analyses to improve policymaking, track progress, document success, and derive lessons for the implementation of the CAADP agenda. The goal of(More)