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Revisiting health policy and the World Bank in Bolivia

Bibliographic reference Tejerina Silva, Herland ; De Paepe, Pierre ; Soors, Werner ; Lanza, Oscar ; Closon, Marie-Christine ; et. al. Revisiting health policy and the World Bank in Bolivia. In: Global Social Policy : an interdisciplinary journal of public policy and social development, Vol. 11, no.1, p. 22-44 (2011)
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