Distributional outcomes of a decentralized welfare program Galasso, Emanuela

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Galasso, Emanuela
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Public welfare - Bangladesh - Econometric models.; Poverty - Bangladesh - Econometric models.; Poor - Services for - Bangladesh - Finance - Econometric models.
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Community-level targeting of antipoverty programs is now common. Do local community organizations target the poor better than the central government? In one program in Bangladesh, the answer tends to be yes, but performance varies from village to village. The authors try to explain why.
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