Evaluating the sustainability of the productive effects of a universal cash transfer in rural Uganda. Can impacts on savings, investment, production and labour persist after program end? [Manuscript submitted for publication]


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Filippo Grisolia, Nathalie Holvoet, Sara Dewachter

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Grisolia, F., Holvoet, N., & Dewachter, S. Evaluating the sustainability of the productive effects of a universal cash transfer in rural Uganda. Can impacts on savings, investment, production and labour persist after program end? [Manuscript submitted for publication].


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Grisolia, Filippo, Nathalie Holvoet, and Sara Dewachter. “Evaluating the Sustainability of the Productive Effects of a Universal Cash Transfer in Rural Uganda. Can Impacts on Savings, Investment, Production and Labour Persist after Program End? [Manuscript Submitted for Publication]” (n.d.).


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Grisolia, Filippo, et al. Evaluating the Sustainability of the Productive Effects of a Universal Cash Transfer in Rural Uganda. Can Impacts on Savings, Investment, Production and Labour Persist after Program End? [Manuscript Submitted for Publication].


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@article{filippo-a,
  title = {Evaluating the sustainability of the productive effects of a universal cash transfer in rural Uganda. Can impacts on savings, investment, production and labour persist after program end? [Manuscript submitted for publication]},
  author = {Grisolia, Filippo and Holvoet, Nathalie and Dewachter, Sara}
}





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