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Title: Do Foreign Aid Policy and Institutional Quality Drive Structural Transformation? – Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa
Authors: Haldar, Anasuya
Sethi, Narayan
Keywords: Foreign Aid Policy
child labor
Issue Date: Jun-2022
Citation: Nordic Conference in Development Economics(NCDE), Helsinki, Finland, 15-16 June 2022
Abstract: This study mainly focuses on the current socio-economic condition of those people who were child labor in their childhood. In this study, economic indicators are income and employment status. On the other hand, level of education, health status and role in case of decision making in the society are studied as social indicators. The main reason which gives rise to child labour is widespread unemployment and underemployment among the adult poor strata of the population, inter alia, due to sharp growth of population.
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