DILOÁ BAILEY-ATHIAS

Diloa Bailey-Athias

Economist

An Economist with research interests in public policy and development economics. He contributes to our quantitative analysis informing our social policy studies. He recently obtained his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Illinois, USA. He enjoys playing chess and being with his family.

Diloa Bailey-Athias' Work

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Social Protection and Disability in South Africa

This working paper launches a new series of publications that identify good practice in enabling the inclusion of persons with disabilities in social protection systems and programmes. It finds that...

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Persons with disabilities
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Building Inclusive Social Protection Systems for Persons with Disabilities

The UK Government asked us to undertake research which seeks to examine how social protection systems and schemes can be made more inclusive of persons with disabilities.

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Making a pilot cash transfer possible in Angola by developing an MIS

A new pilot cash transfer for children in Angola requires an MIS for a successful launch. As part of the design and implementation of pilot cash transfer for the Government...

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Debating Graduation
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The effectiveness of the Graduation Approach: What does the evidence tell us?

In a special edition of the International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth’s Policy in Focus, the graduation approach to poverty reduction is explored by a number of contributors. The paper...

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Exclusion by Design: the effectiveness of the Proxy Means Test

In recent years, the proxy means test (PMT) has become the predominant targeting mechanism for social assistance schemes in developing countries. It has many powerful advocates and claims that it...

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The Effectiveness of Targeting: Options for Uganda
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The Effectiveness of Targeting: Options for Uganda

This paper attempts to clarify the concept of targeting within the context of Uganda and discuss the most effective means of ensuring that ‘the poor’ and vulnerable are included in...

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What is the Future of Bolsa Família?

Bolsa Família is often promoted as a model of good practice for social protection programmes in the developing world. As a Brazilian, in the short period of time that I’ve worked on international social protection, I’ve been surprised by how famous Bolsa Família is around the world and how it...

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