In-kind transfer and child development: Evidence from subsidized rice program in Indonesia

@inproceedings{Gupta2018InkindTA,
  title={In-kind transfer and child development: Evidence from subsidized rice program in Indonesia},
  author={Prachi Gupta and Bihong Huang},
  year={2018}
}
In the aftermath of the Asian financial crises, the Indonesian government launched a subsidized rice program called RASKIN in 1998 to moderate the shocks of food price inflation and reduced employment to poor households. The program has been continued since then with an objective to provide food security to poor families and is currently the largest in-kind transfer in Indonesia. Using data from five rounds of the Indonesian Family Life Survey (IFLS) covering the period of 1993–2014, this paper… CONTINUE READING

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