Who is most vulnerable to macroeconomic shocks?: hypotheses by Paul Glewwe

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C. , or from Publications, The World Bank, 66, avenue d'Iéna, 75116 Paris, France. D. candidate at the University of Cambridge, England. : hypotheses tests using panel data from Peru/Paul Glewwe and Gillette Hall. p. cm.  117) Includes bibliographical references.  Income PeruLima.  III Series. 4'6'098525dc20 95-13479 CIP Page v Contents Foreword vii Abstract ix Acknowledgments xi I. Introduction 1 II. Vulnerable Groups and PovertyClarifying the Issues 3 The Sequence of Vulnerability 3 Two Types of Vulnerability 3 Hypotheses on Who Is Vulnerable 5 III.

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