Good intentions, bad outcomes
Santiago Levy
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Good intentions, bad outcomes

social policy, informality, and economic growth in Mexico

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This edition was published in by Brookings Institution Press in Washington, D.C.

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"Argues that incoherent social programs significantly contribute to poverty and little growth. Proposes converting the existing social security system into universal social entitlements. Advocates eliminating wage-based social security contributions and raising consumption taxes on higher-income households to increase the rate of GDP growth, reduce inequality, and improve benefits for workers"--Provided by publisher.

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Good intentions, bad outcomes: social policy, informality, and economic growth in Mexico
2008, Brookings Institution Press
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Good intentions, bad outcomes: social policy, informality, and economic growth in Mexico
2008, Brookings Institution Press
in English
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Good intentions, bad outcomes: social policy, informality, and economic growth in Mexico
2008, Brookings Institution Press
in English

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Good intentions, bad outcomes

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"Argues that incoherent social programs significantly contribute to poverty and little growth. Proposes converting the existing social security system into universal social entitlements. Advocates eliminating wage-based social security contributions and raising consumption taxes on higher-income households to increase the rate of GDP growth, reduce inequality, and improve benefits for workers"--Provided by publisher.

Good intentions, bad outcomes

social policy, informality, and economic growth in Mexico

This edition was published in by Brookings Institution Press in Washington, D.C.


Edition Description

"Argues that incoherent social programs significantly contribute to poverty and little growth. Proposes converting the existing social security system into universal social entitlements. Advocates eliminating wage-based social security contributions and raising consumption taxes on higher-income households to increase the rate of GDP growth, reduce inequality, and improve benefits for workers"--Provided by publisher.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Dewey Decimal Class
331.10972
Library of Congress
HN113.5 .L49 2008

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Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL18505588M
ISBN 13
9780815752196
LC Control Number
2008005704
Library Thing
6057181
Goodreads
2806608

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