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References - Social Protection

PER Guide: Social Protection References

del Ninno, Carlo, Kalanidhi Subbarao, and Annamaria Milazzo. 2009. How to Make Public Works Work: A Review of the Experiences. Social Protection Discussion Paper 0905. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Fiszbein, Ariel and Norbert Schady with Francisco H.G. Ferreira, Margaret Grosh, Niall Keleher, Pedro Olinto, and Emmanuel Skoufias. 2009. Conditional Cash Transfers. Reducing Present and Future Poverty, Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Grosh, Margaret, Carlo del Ninno, Emil Tesliuc, and Azedine Ouerghi. 2008. For Protection and Promotion. The Design and Implementation of Effective Safety Nets.Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Hoogeveen, Johannes, Emil Tesliuc, Renos Vakis, and Stefan Dercon. 2004. A Guide to the Analysis of Risk, Vulnerability and Vulnerable Groups.

Kozel, Valerie, Pierre Fallavier, and Reena Badiani. 2008. Risk and Vulnerability Analysis in World Bank Analytic Work: FY2000—FY2007. SP Discussion Paper 0812. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

World Bank. 2007a. Pakistan. Social Protection in Pakistan. Managing Household Risks and Vulnerability, Report No. 35472-PK. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

World Bank. 2007b. Latvia Public Sharing the High Growth Dividend. A Living Standards Assessment, Report No. 38437-LV. Washington, DC: World Bank.

World Bank. 2007c. Republic of Moldova Improving Public Expenditure Efficiency for Growth and Poverty Reduction, Report No. 37933-MD, Washington, DC: World Bank.

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