Poverty, Education, and Health in Indonesia: Who Benefits from Public Spending?

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World Bank, Development Research Group, Poverty Team and East Asia and Pacific Region, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Sector Unit, 2001 - Education, Primary - 63 pages
Static and dynamic incidence analysis underscores the importance of Indonesia's public spending on primary health care to the poor. In education, evidence suggests that the poor are well represented in primary schooling and would benefit from increased public provisioning of secondary schooling.

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