Author:Mercedes González de la Rocha
Subject: Social Protection and CCTs
" /> Abstract: With the notion that educational achievement is related with a wider spectrum of labour market opportunities as its guiding premise, the objective of the Oportunidades Programme is to prolong educational trajectories and thus help break the intergenerational transmission of poverty. González de la Rocha (2012) assesses the validity of this poverty reduction strategy by analyzing the Programme’s impact on the labour performance of rural Mexican indigenous and mestizo peoples, comparing those who became grant holders upon the Programme’s inception in 1998 with those who did not. (…)

keywords: School Achievement and the Labour Market Insertion of Young Beneficiaries of the Oportunidades Programme
Date Publication: 11/09/2012 (All day)
Type/Issue: One Pager / 174
Language: English