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Cash transfers have been thoroughly and rigorously shown to reduce poverty and improve lives
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UC Berkeley Study on How Aid to the Poor Helps the Entire Community
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Researchers Find A Remarkable Ripple Effect When You Give Cash To Poor Families
Why Cash Aid Distributions Have A Beneficial Ripple Effect
Unconditional handouts benefit recipients – and their neighbours too
This year’s Nobel prizes prompt soul-searching among economists
UC Berkeley professor’s work contributes to Nobel prize-winning research
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