Social Mobility in Developing Countries: Concepts, Methods, and Determinants
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Industrial Policy in the 21st Century – the Challenge for Africa
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Working PaperFemale education and marriage in Pakistan: The role of financial shocks and marital customs
This project aims to explore the effect of wealth shocks on education and marriage for young women in Pakistan. Financial shocks are used to estimate the probability of dropping out of education and into marriage...Marriage customs Shocks early marriage
Working PaperAn analysis of school dropout in Mozambique, 2014–15
The level of educational attainment in Mozambique is one of the lowest in the world and primary school completion rate is also very low, not reaching 40 per cent...Mozambique Panel regression Propensity score matching