Session 11:
Educational and Labor Force Inequality in Developing Countries I

Thursday, March 31
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Wilson A
Mezzanine Level

Chair: Jere Behrman, University of Pennsylvania
Discussant: Julian P. Cristia, Inter-American Development Bank
Discussant: Graciela M. Teruel, Universidad Iberoamericana

  1. A Welfare Analysis of School Choice Reforms in GhanaKehinde F. Ajayi, University of California, Berkeley

  2. Tracking versus Mixing in Secondary Education: Implications on Location Sorting and Intergenerational Mobility in KoreaYong Suk Lee, Brown University

  3. Human Capital and Inequality: The South African CaseMurray Leibbrandt, University of Cape Town; David Lam, University of Michigan; Julia Garlick, Yale University

  4. Family Size and Adolescents’ Education and Work in Brazil: Exploring the Exogenous Variation of Family Size Using Twins and Sibling Sex CompositionLeticia J. Marteleto, University of Texas at Austin; Laeticia R. de Souza, Center for Demography and Ecology - University of Wisconsin at Madison

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