Institutional analysis toolkit for safety net interventions

@inproceedings{Mathauer2004InstitutionalAT,
  title={Institutional analysis toolkit for safety net interventions},
  author={Inke Mathauer},
  year={2004}
}
Safety Nets are defined as mechanisms that mitigate the effects of poverty and other risks on vulnerable households. Risks can be temporary or permanent, and they can also be idiosyncratic, affecting specific households (such as illness or death of a breadwinner), or covariate, impacting communities and countries (like drought and shift in terms of trade). Various safety nets instruments tackle these risks, including private or informal mechanisms, for instance when households support each… CONTINUE READING

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