Examining Social Welfare Policies in Latin America
(Sustainable Social Services Across the Life Course)
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One of the papers studies the impact of a physician home-visits program on outcomes related to pre-natal care in Mexico City. A second paper evaluates how neighborhood improvements affect education outcomes in Mexico. The third paper assesses the impact of municipal decentralization on education enrollment and pre-natal care related outcomes in Colombia. The fourth paper studies the changes in family expenditure on health due to the implementation of universal health insurance in Mexico. Together, these studies point out in the direction of accumulating evidence for the proper design and implementation of effective social policy in Latin America.
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