5 Assessing the Poverty Impact of an Assigned Program

@inproceedings{Ravallion20035AT,
  title={5 Assessing the Poverty Impact of an Assigned Program},
  author={Martin Ravallion},
  year={2003}
}
Some public programs are assigned more-or-less exclusively to certain observational units. These may be people, households, villages or larger geographic areas. The key thing is that some units get the program and some do not. This chapter reviews tools that can help assess the impacts of such a program, judged against its agreed objectives. The following are examples of the types of programs that can be assessed with the tools discussed in this chapter: • A social fund asks for proposals from… CONTINUE READING

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