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Do our children have a chance? A human opportunity report for Latin America and the Caribbean (English)

This book reports on the status and evolution of human opportunity in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). It builds on the 2008 publication in several directions. ... See More +

Publication 65656 NOV 16, 2011

Molinas Vega, Jose R.; Barros, Ricardo Paes de; Saavedra Chanduvi, Jaime; Giugale, Marcelo; Cord, Louise J.; Pessino, Carola; Hasan, Amer Disclosed

Do our children have a chance? The 2010 human opportunity report for Latin America and the Caribbean (Vol. 2) : Main report (English)

The (Human Opportunity Index) HOI calculates how personal circumstances (like birthplace, wealth, race or gender) impact a child's probability of accessing the services that are necessary to succeed in life, like timely education, running water or connection to electricity. ... See More +

Working Paper 54508 JAN 01, 2010

Molinas, Jose R.; Barros, Ricardo Paes de; Saavedra, Jaime; Giugale, Marcelo; Cord, Louise J.; Pessino, Carola; Hasan, Amer Disclosed

Do our children have a chance? The 2010 human opportunity report for Latin America and the Caribbean : Executive summary (English)

The (Human Opportunity Index) HOI calculates how personal circumstances (like birthplace, wealth, race or gender) impact a child's probability of accessing the services that are necessary to succeed in life, like timely education, running water or connection to electricity. ... See More +

Working Paper 54508 JAN 01, 2010

Molinas, Jose R.; Barros, Ricardo Paes de; Saavedra, Jaime; Giugale, Marcelo; Cord, Louise J.; Pessino, Carola; Hasan, Amer Spanish Disclosed

Do our children have a chance? The 2010 human opportunity report for Latin America and the Caribbean : Síntesis en español (Spanish)

The (Human Opportunity Index) HOI calculates how personal circumstances (like birthplace, wealth, race or gender) impact a child's probability of accessing the services that are necessary to succeed in life, like timely education, running water or connection to electricity. ... See More +

Working Paper 54508 JAN 01, 2010

Molinas, Jose R.; Barros, Ricardo Paes de; Saavedra, Jaime; Giugale, Marcelo; Cord, Louise J.; Pessino, Carola; Hasan, Amer English Disclosed

The informal sector in Nicaragua (English)

Nicaragua has a large and growing urban informal sector, accounting for more than 50 percent of the employed. Its labor market is characterized by: 1) a formal sector and an informal sector either characterized by segmentation or differences in human capital; 2) rising wages concurrent with high unemployment; 3) low labor productivity; and 4) excessive regulation in the formal sector of the economy. ... See More +

Departmental Working Paper 15520 FEB 29, 1996

Pessino,Carola Disclosed