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The Economics of Child Labour$
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Alessandro Cigno and Furio Camillo Rosati

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780199264452

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2005

DOI: 10.1093/0199264457.001.0001

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Further Evidence on Fertility, Education, and Child Labour

Further Evidence on Fertility, Education, and Child Labour

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(p.208) 9 Further Evidence on Fertility, Education, and Child Labour
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The Economics of Child Labour
Author(s):

Alessandro Cigno

Furio Camillo Rosati

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199264457.003.0010

The authors investigate whether the educational and child labour effects of realized fertility uncovered by the study reported in Ch. 5 can be given a causal interpretation. They then go on to review the available evidence on the fertility effects of a number of policies (including public pensions) and variables (including wage and interest rates). In both parts of the chapter, they pay special attention to the question whether fertility is indeed endogenous as assumed in the theoretical analysis of Chs 2 and 3, and apparently confirmed by the empirical analysis of Ch. 5.

Keywords:   causality, child labour, fertility, public pensions

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