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Campino, Antonio, Carlos Augusto Monteiro, W L Conde, and F M S Machado. Health, human capital and economic growth in Brazil. 2004.
Book
Jaramillo, Carlos Felipe. Challenges of CAFTA: maximizing the benefits for Central America. : World Bank Publications, 2006.
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Vitolo, Márcia Regina, Paula Dal Bó Campagnolo, Maria Elisa Barros, Cíntia Mendes Gama, and Fábio Ancona Lopez. "Evaluation of two classifications for overweight among Brazilian adolescents." Rev Sa{\\'u}de P{\\'u}blica 41, no. 4 (2007).
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Có, João R, Paulina Mendes, Fodé A Mané, Carlos Cá, and Mencham B Funy. Abuso e a exploração sexual de menores na Guiné-Bissau. Bissau, Guinea-Bissau: Instituto Nacional de Estudos e Pesquisa, 2006.
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Monteiro, Carlos A, Woleny Conde, and Barry M Popkin. "Independent effects of income and education on the risk of obesity in the Brazilian adult population." Journal of Nutrition 131, no. 3 (2001): 881S.
Working Paper
Paes de Barros, Ricardo, Carlos H Leite Corseuil, and Rosane S Mendonca. "An analysis of the Brazilian wage structure based on a Living Standard Measure Survey." SSRN eLibrary (1999).
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Breslin, Edward D, Peter Delius, and Carlos Madrid. "Strengthening institutional safety nets in South Africa: Sharing operation hunger's insights and experiences." Development Southern Africa 14, no. 1 (1997): 21-41.
Working Paper
Halliday, Katherine, George Okello, Elizabeth Turner, Njagi Kiambo, Carlos Mcharo, Juddy Kengo, Elizabeth Allen, Margaret Dubeck, Matthew Jukes, and Simon Brooker. "Impact of Intermittent Screening and Treatment for Malaria among School Children in Kenya: a Cluster Randomized Trial." (2014).
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