Rwanda

On-the-job training or cash handouts? A Rwandan study discovered which was better for youth job prospects

Cash handouts stimulated entrepreneurialism, well-being and productivity. Image: REUTERS/Maggie Andresen

Mark McCord

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Handouts increased levels of subjective well-being.

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