The Real Costs of Indonesian Economic Crisis

Preliminary Findings from the Indonesian Family Life Surveys

by Elizabeth Frankenberg, Duncan Thomas, Kathleen Beegle

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The effects of the Indonesian crisis vary across regions and socioeconomic and demographic groups. This report describes changes to several dimensions of family and individual well-being between 1997 and 1998, including health status and earnings.

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