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Paying Women Off Is Lousy Development Strategy

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The women in India who just died in a government sterilization program hang a red flag over conditional cash transfer programs, arguably the fastest growing health and development policy. Time to consider the ethical alternatives.

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