Social Policy Reform and Market Governance in Latin Americaby L. Haagh
This collection offers a critical analytical perspective and fresh empirical data on recent market-orientated social policy reforms in Latin America. The six case studies presented examine labor, education, health and general social development programs. A particular focus is placed on the ways in which market-enhancing reforms such as demand-based provision, social policy targeting, and privatization respond to issues of equity, coverage, and the quality of provision.
CONTRIBUTORS: L. Haagh • M. BadiaIbáñez • M.C. Bayon, B. Roberts & G. Rojas • C. Helgø • A. Angell • S.D. Parandekar • A. Barrientos & P. Lloyd-Sherlock • J. Gideon • A.E. Latapi • G. Gray-Molina • C. Helgø
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