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Did the health card program ensure access to medical care for the poor during Indonesia's economic crisis (English)

This brief summarizes about did the health card program ensure access to medical care for the poor during Indonesia's economic crisis for the 1998 period. ... See More +

Brief 81234 AUG 14, 2013

Pradhan, Menno; Saadah, Fadia; Sparrow, Robert Disclosed

Did the health card program ensure access to medical care for the poor during Indonesia's economic crisis? (English)

The Indonesian social safety net health card program was implemented in response to the economic crisis that hit Indonesia in 1997, to preserve access to health care services for the poor. ... See More +

Journal Article 77531 JAN 01, 2007

Pradhan, Menno; Saadah, Fadia; Sparrow, Robert Disclosed

The World Bank economic review 21 (1) (English)

This issue includes the following: growth and risk: methodology and micro evidence; by Chris Elbers, Jan Willem Gunning, and Bill Kinsey. Dollars, debt, and international financial institutions: dedollarizing multilateral lending; by Eduardo Levy Yeyati. ... See More +

Publication 45346 JAN 01, 2007

Elbers, Chris; Willem Gunning, Jan; Kinsey, Bill; Levy Yeyat, Eduardo; Fiess, Norbert; Devarajan, Shantayanan; Jack, William; O'Donnell, Owen;; Doorslaer, Eddy van; Rannan-Eliya, Ravi P.; Somanathan, Aparnaa; Raj Adhikari, Shiva; Harbianto Den; Garg Charu C; Hanuorauongchai, Piya; N. Hug, Mohammed;; Karan Anup; M. Leung, Gabriel; Wan Ng, Chiu; Raj Pande, Badri; Tin, Keith; Tisayaticom, Kanjana; Trisnantoro, Laksono; Zhang, Yuhui; Zhao, Yuxin;; Pradhan, Menno; Saadah, Fadia; Sparrow, Robert; Pfaffenzeller, Stephan; Newbold, Paul; Rayner, Anthony; Nicita, Alessandro; Olarreaga, Marcelo; Disclosed

Poverty, education, and health in Indonesia : who benefits from public spending? (English)

The authors investigate the extent to which Indonesia's poor benefit from public and private provisioning of education and health services. Drawing on multiple rounds of SUSENAS household surveys, they document a reversal in the rate of decline in poverty and a slowdown in social sector improvements resulting from the economic crisis in the second half of the 1990s. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS2739 DEC 31, 2001

Lanjouw, Peter; Pradhan, Menno; Saadah, Fadia; Sayed, Haneen; Sparrow, Robert