Public Finance and Social Protection

10 lessons from the largest scale-up of cash transfers in history

Most studies show that cash transfers provided significant support in mitigating the effects of the pandemic, but without countering its full impact. Image: Unsplash/Omid Armin

Ugo Gentilini

Senior Economist, World Bank

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