Child labor, school attendance, and indigenous households : evidence from Mexico / Rosangela Bando G., Luis F. Lopez-Calva, Harry Anthony Patrinos Patrinos, Harry Anthony

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Patrinos, Harry Anthony
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Child labor - Mexico - Econometric models.; Child labor - Mexico.; School attendance - Mexico - Econometric models.
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"The authors use panel data for Mexico for 1997 to 1999 to test several assumptions regarding the impact of a conditional cash transfer program on child labor, emphasizing the differential impact on indigenous households. Using data from the conditional cash transfer program in Mexico--PROGRESA (OPORTUNIDADES)--they investigate the interaction between child labor and indigenous households. While indigenous children had a greater probability of working in 1997, this probability is reversed after treatment in the program. Indigenous children also had lower school attainment compared with Spanish-speaking or bilingual children. After the program, school attainment among indigenous children increased, reducing the gap. This paper--a product of the Education Sector Unit, Latin America and the Caribbean Region--is part of a larger effort in the region to evaluate human development programs"--World Bank web site.
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