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Costa Rica - Social spending and the poor (Vol. 2) : El gasto social y la pobreza (Spanish)

The report reviews the substantial progress Costa Rica made over the past decade in reducing poverty and improving social indicators. However, while economic growth certainly reduced poverty rates, the country's recent experience shows that relying on economic growth and increased public spending alone will not necessarily yield sufficient reductions in poverty. ... See More +

Other Social Protection Study 24300 JAN 01, 2003

English Disclosed

Costa Rica - Social spending and the poor : Summary of issues and recommendations with executive summary (English)

The report reviews the substantial progress Costa Rica made over the past decade in reducing poverty and improving social indicators. However, while economic growth certainly reduced poverty rates, the country's recent experience shows that relying on economic growth and increased public spending alone will not necessarily yield sufficient reductions in poverty. ... See More +

Other Social Protection Study 24300 OCT 31, 2002

Spanish Disclosed

Costa Rica - Social spending and the poor (Vol. 2) : Social sector performance in the 90's: facing the challenges (English)

The report reviews the substantial progress Costa Rica made over the past decade in reducing poverty and improving social indicators. However, while economic growth certainly reduced poverty rates, the country's recent experience shows that relying on economic growth and increased public spending alone will not necessarily yield sufficient reductions in poverty. ... See More +

Other Social Protection Study 24300 OCT 31, 2002

Spanish Disclosed

Costa Rica - Social spending and the poor : Costa Rica : el gasto social y la pobreza (Spanish)

The report reviews the substantial progress Costa Rica made over the past decade in reducing poverty and improving social indicators. However, while economic growth certainly reduced poverty rates, the country's recent experience shows that relying on economic growth and increased public spending alone will not necessarily yield sufficient reductions in poverty. ... See More +

Other Social Protection Study 24300 JUN 28, 2002

English Disclosed