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Bibliography: Poverty, inequality, and social policy

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  • Jones, H. 2016. More Education, Better Jobs? A Critical Review of CCTs and Brazil's Bolsa Família Programme for Long-Term Poverty Reduction. Social Policy and Society, 15(3), 465-478.
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  • Solórzano, A. and Cárdenes, I. 2019. Social protection and climate change: WFP Regional Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean’s vision to advance climate change adaptation through social protection. World Food Programme in collaboration with Oxford Policy Management. Occasional Paper, No. 26.