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The impact of the Juntos conditional cash transfer programme in Peru on nutritional and cognitive outcomes: Does the age of exposure matter?

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In this study we revisit the impact of conditional cash transfers (CCTs) on child development, with an emphasis on the role of the age of exposure. We use longitudinal data from a unique paired-siblings sample of Peruvian children (the Young Lives study) to evaluate whether Juntos, a large-scale CCT implemented in Peru since 2005, has a greater effect on children who benefited from the programme during the first three years of life compared with its impact on those children who benefited betw...

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Peer reviewed
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Research group:
Young Lives
Department:
Oxford, Social Sciences, Department of International Development
Role:
Author
Publisher:
Young Lives Publisher's website
Publication date:
2016-07-05
Pubs id:
pubs:647627
URN:
uri:abc74490-49be-4a6e-873a-4c1a599f41ca
UUID:
uuid:abc74490-49be-4a6e-873a-4c1a599f41ca
Local pid:
pubs:647627
ISBN:
978-1-909403-69-7

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