Household schooling decisions in rural Pakistan / by Yasuyuki Sawada and Michael Lokshin Sawada, Yasuyuki

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Sawada, Yasuyuki
Education - Pakistan - Decision making - Econometric models.; Education, Rural - Pakistan - Mathematical models.; School attendance - Pakistan - Econometric models.
An analysis of a field survey to investigate household decisions about schooling in rural Pakistan suggests that hiring more female teachers and providing more primary schools for girls closer to villages will improve the chances of rural Pakistani girls entering school and staying enrolled.
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