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Impacts of Economic Crises on Child Well-Being

Development Policy Review Volume 29, issue 5. This theme issue explores how the impacts of economic crises are transmitted to childrens experiences of poverty and well-being, and how these impacts can be mediated by the policy responses of international and national actors. The issue also considers what lessons can be derived from responses to past crises and the extent to which this learning is being applied.  


Impacts of Economic Crises on Child Well-being

Caroline Harper and Nicola Jones

Effects of the Global Financial Crisis on Children's School and Employment Outcomes in El Salvador

Suzanne Duryea and Melisa Morales

The Effects of Economic Crises on Families Caring for Children: Understanding and Reducing Long-term Consequences

Parama Sigurdsen, Samantha Berger and Jody Heymann

A ‘Lost Generation’? Impacts of Complex Compound Crises on Children and Young People

Naomi Hossain and J. Allister McGregor

Cash Transfers, Children and the Crisis: Protecting Current and Future Investments

Ariel Fiszbein, Dena Ringold and Santhosh Srinivasan

Financing Social Protection for Children in Crisis Contexts

Armando Barrientos and Miguel Niño-Zarazúa

Promoting Children's Well-being: Policy Lessons from Past and Present Economic Crises

Caroline Harper, Nicola Jones, Paola Pereznieto and Andy McKay

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Tags: ["child well-being", "financial crisis"]
Published Nov. 24, 2011 12:58 PM - Last modified Apr. 17, 2013 4:39 PM