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Ex-ante evaluation of conditional cash transfer programs

François Bourguignon

Ex-ante evaluation of conditional cash transfer programs

the case of Bolsa Escola

by François Bourguignon

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Published by World Bank, Poverty Team, Development Research Group in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Brazil.
    • Subjects:
    • Transfer payments -- Brazil.,
    • Income distribution -- Brazil.,
    • School attendance -- Brazil.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementFrançois Bourguignon, Francisco H. G. Ferreira, and Phillippe G. Leite.
      SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 2916, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2916.
      ContributionsFerreira, Francisco H. G., Leite, Phillippe George., World Bank. Development Research Group. Poverty Team.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3669567M
      LC Control Number2002617233

      Conditional Cash Transfers to Improve Education and Health: An Ex ante Evaluation of Red de Protecci on Social, Nicaragua Ranjeeta Thomas Octo Abstract Using baseline data from from a randomized experiment, this paper applies a semi-parametric single index model to predict the ex ante impact of a conditional cash transfer in by: 6. Ex-ante evaluation of conditional cash transfer programs: the case of Bolsa Escola Author: François Bourguignon ; Francisco H G Ferreira ; Phillippe George Leite ; World Bank.

        This paper provides an ex ante assessment of the implementation of the conditional cash transfer program in the Philippines, the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino. The study investigates the impact of conditional cash transfer on poverty, and the impact of this extra money on school attendance under different transfer amounts and different targeting Cited by:   Conditional cash transfer programmes give money to households on the condition that they comply with certain pre-defined requirements. These conditions can include, for example, up-to-date vaccinations, regular visits to a health care facility, regular school attendance by children, and complying with health and nutrition promotion activities (e.g. attending education sessions, taking.

      grams, conditional cash transfer programs, and income support programs. In some cases, the Fourth, in cases where there is already a program in place, ex ante evaluation methods can be used to study how the impacts would change if some pa-rameters of the program were altered. As these examples illustrate, an ex ante evaluation is. potential of conditional cash transfer programs to function well under different conditions, to address a broader range of challenges among poor and vulnerable populations, and to prevent the intergenerational transmission of poverty. Conditional cash transfer programs are an innovative approach to the delivery of social services.


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Ex-ante evaluation of conditional cash transfer programs: The case of Bolsa Escola (Policy research working paper) Paperback – January 1, by Francois Bourguignon (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Francois Bourguignon.

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c b. In an application to Brazil's recently introduced federal Bolsa Escola program, the authors find a surprisingly strong effect of the conditionality on school attendance, but a muted impact of the transfers on the reduction of current poverty and.

Ex-ante Evaluation of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: The Case of Bolsa Escola. Cash transfers targeted to poor people, but conditional on some behavior on their part, such as school attendance or regular visits to health care facilities, are being adopted in a growing number of developing by:   Ex-Ante Evaluation of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: The Case of Bolsa Escola In an application to Brazil's recently introduced federal Bolsa Escola program, the authors find a surprisingly strong effect of the conditionality on school attendance, but a muted impact of the transfers on the reduction of poverty and inequality levels Cited by: Ex-ante evaluation of conditional cash transfer programs: the case of bolsa escola (English) Abstract.

Cash transfers targeted to poor people, but conditional on some behavior on their part, such as school attendance or regular visits to health care facilities, are being adopted in a growing number of developing by: This paper provides an ex ante assessment of the implementation of the conditional cash transfer (CCT) program in the Philippines, the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino.

The study investigates the impact of CCT on current poverty, and the impact of this extra money on school attendance under different transfer amounts and different targeting criteria such as universal targeting, geographical Cited by: Bourguignon, Francois & Ferreira, Francisco H.

& Leite, Phillippe G., "Ex-ante evaluation of conditional cash transfer programs: the case of bolsa escola," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World Bank.

First Draft: September Comments Welcome. Ex-ante Evaluation of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: the Case of Bolsa Escola1 François Bourguignon, Francisco H. Ferreira and Phillippe G. Leite2 JEL Codes: I38, J13, J22, J24 Key Words: Conditional Transfers; Demand for Schooling, Child Labor Abstract: Cash transfers targeted to poor people, but conditional on some.

Ex-ante evaluation of conditional cash transfer programs: the case of bolsa escola. Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. Cash transfers targeted to poor people, but conditional on some behavior on their part, such as school attendance or regular visits to health care facilities, are being adopted in a growing number of developing countries.

ante evaluation of the impact of conditional cash transfers on school attendance among kids aged The authors run a simulation of the household decision-making process once a cash transfer is offered conditional on children being kept in school.

The results of the. Ex-ante Evaluation of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: The Case of Bolsa Escola. Download PDF ( KB) Abstract.

Cash transfers targeted to poor people, but conditional on some behavior on their part, such as school attendance or regular visits to health care facilities, are being adopted in a growing number of developing countries.

Bourguignon, F., F. Ferreira and P. Leite () Ex-ante Evaluation of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: The Case of Bolsa Escola. Washington, DC: The World Bank.

Washington, DC: The World Bank. CrossRef Google Scholar. ExAnte Evaluation of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: The Case of Bolsa Escola. November ; DOI: In an application to Brazil's recently introduced federal Bolsa Escola program, the.

The ex ante evaluation is carried out for a conditional cash transfer program, where poor households were given money if the children attended school. A model of occupational choice is used to simulate the expected impact of the program.

Evaluation of Jamaica's PATH Conditional Cash Transfer Programme The Harvard community has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters Citation Levy, Dan, and Jim Ohls. "Evaluation of Jamaica's PATH Conditional Cash Transfer Programme." Journal of Development Effectiveness (December This paper provides an ex ante assessment of the implementation of the conditional cash transfer (CCT) program in the Philippines, the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino.

The study investigates the impact of CCT on current poverty, and the impact of this extra money on school attendance under differentCited by: Reassessing Conditional Cash Transfer Programs Jishnu Das, Quy-Toan Do, and Berk Özler During the past decade, the use of conditiona l cash transfer programs to increase investment in human capital has generated considerable ex citement in both resear ch and policy forums.

Downloadable. This paper uses baseline data from the randomized experiment of the conditional cash transfer program - Red de Proteccion Social, Nicaragua to conduct an ex ante evaluation and compares results to those of the experimental evaluation. Reduced form estimation of a behavioural model using a health production framework forms the basis of the evaluation.

An ex ante evaluation may help policy makers decide on key design elements of the CCT, such as the order of magnitude of the necessary transfers for the desired impact, and the targeted areas and. BibTeX @MISC{Bourguignon02commentswelcome., author = {François Bourguignon and Francisco H.

G. Ferreira and William Davidson and François Bourguignon and Francisco H. G. Ferreira}, title = {Comments Welcome. Ex-ante Evaluation of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs:}, year = {}}.

programs launched in Mexico, Brazil, Honduras, Jamaica and Nicaragua. Evaluation results from the first generation of programs in Mexico, Brazil and Nicaragua show that conditional cash transfer programs are an effective means for promoting human capital accumulation among poor households.

There is clear evidence of success in increasing.the predicted impacts tend to overstate the actual impacts. The ex-ante evaluation method is also used to predict the effects of counterfactual programs that include changes to the subsidy schedule and an unconditional income transfer.

KEYWORDS: program evaluation, conditional cash transfer program, ex ante evaluation.