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IMF Working Papers
2009
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper analyses economic implications and the transmission mechanisms of different options for creating and using fiscal space. For creating fiscal space, we consider prioritizing expenditures, raising revenue, and scaled-up aid. Fiscal space is used for increasing health and education spending, infrastructure spending, or both. The analysis takes place within ...

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IMF Working Papers
2009
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper analyses economic implications and the transmission mechanisms of different options for creating and using fiscal space. For creating fiscal space, we consider prioritizing expenditures, raising revenue, and scaled-up aid. Fiscal space is used for increasing health and education spending, infrastructure spending, or both. The analysis takes place within ...

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IMF Working Papers
2009
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper analyses economic implications and the transmission mechanisms of different options for creating and using fiscal space. For creating fiscal space, we consider prioritizing expenditures, raising revenue, and scaled-up aid. Fiscal space is used for increasing health and education spending, infrastructure spending, or both. The analysis takes place within ...

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IMF Working Papers
2004
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
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IMF Working Papers
2004
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
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IMF Working Papers
2004
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
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IMF Working Papers
2008
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper studies the effects of household income on labor participation and school enrollment of children aged 10 to 14 in Brazil using a social security reform as a source of exogenous variation in household income. Estimates imply that the gap between actual and full school enrollment was reduced by 20 percent for girls living in the same household as an elderl...

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IMF Working Papers
2008
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper studies the effects of household income on labor participation and school enrollment of children aged 10 to 14 in Brazil using a social security reform as a source of exogenous variation in household income. Estimates imply that the gap between actual and full school enrollment was reduced by 20 percent for girls living in the same household as an elderl...

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IMF Working Papers
2008
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper studies the effects of household income on labor participation and school enrollment of children aged 10 to 14 in Brazil using a social security reform as a source of exogenous variation in household income. Estimates imply that the gap between actual and full school enrollment was reduced by 20 percent for girls living in the same household as an elderl...

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