Cover: Center for Latin American Social Policy (CLASP) Brochure (English Version)

Center for Latin American Social Policy (CLASP) Brochure (English Version)

Published Jun 11, 2012

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The Center for Latin American Social Policy (CLASP), part of RAND Labor and Population, is dedicated to improving the well-being of the Latin American population. CLASP conducts objective, independent research on topics relevant to the region and to Latin Americans living and working at home and in the United States. This Spanish-language brochure describes CLASP's areas of research, including addressing the needs of an aging population, enhancing prospects for Latin American workers, informing immigration policy, improving education, protecting the environment, developing data collection methods, and evaluating policy interventions.

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