The impact of oil exploitation on wellbeing in Chad
Gadom Djal Gadom,
Armand Mboutchouang Kountchou,
Gbetoton Nad ge Ad le Djossou,
Gilles Quentin Kane () and
Abdelkrim Araar ()
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Based on the 2013 Serbian Survey of Income and Living Conditions (SILC) and on the Serbian version of the EUROMOD platform, we evaluate the poverty and distributive effects on children of various reform (benefit and employment) strategies concerning the two major social benefit programs in Serbia: child allowance and social monetary assistance. Both the first and second-order effects of the proposed reforms are considered. For the second-round impacts, a structural labour supply model on parents has been estimated. Our results show that a benefit strategy (which also combats fiscal evasion) is preferred to an employment strategy which aims at raising the work incentives by parents.
Keywords: Poverty; Multidimensional wellbeing; Oil exploitation; Chad; Redistribution policy. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I32 D63 O13 O15 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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