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FIPE/USP - Fundação Institutuo de Pesquisas Econômicas, Universidade de São Paulo


Projects related to this institution:

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Child Health, Poverty and the Role of Social Policies Child Health and Infant Mortality in Brazil: 1970-2000 Non-Edited Final Draft January 2003 The Latin American and Caribbean Research Network
Child Health, Poverty and the Role of Social Policies Demand for Child Health in Brazil: A Household Decision Model Non-Edited Final Draft January 2003 The Latin American and Caribbean Research Network
Child Health, Poverty and the Role of Social Policies Demand for Child Health in Brazil: A Latent Variable Approach Non-Edited Final Draft January 2003 The Latin American and Caribbean Research Network
Child Health, Poverty and the Role of Social Policies Child Health and Infant Mortality in Brazil: 1970-2000 Selected Proposals January 2003 The Latin American and Caribbean Research Network
Costs and Benefits of Privatization in Latin America Benefits and Costs of Privatization: Evidence from Brazil Non-Edited Final Draft November 2000 The Latin American and Caribbean Research Network
Market Institutions, Labor Market Dynamics, Growth and Productivity:An Analysis of Latin America and the Caribbean The Costs of Displacement in Brazil: Is Human Capital Firm-Specific? Non-Edited Final Draft October 2001 The Latin American and Caribbean Research Network
Market Institutions, Labor Market Dynamics, Growth and Productivity:An Analysis of Latin America and the Caribbean The Costs of Displacement in Brazil: Is Human Capital Firm-Specific? Selected Proposals October 2001 The Latin American and Caribbean Research Network
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