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No-fault laws, compulsory insurance, moral hazard
Education, Labor, Employment, Poverty, Rural, Development
fertility, child subsidies, child allowances
Economics - Microeconomics, Welfare/Health Care/Social Policy
Financial development; Labor; Occupational Choice; Entrepreneurship
Matching, Observational Studies, Program Evaluation, Propensity Score, Training Programs
Twins, Same-Sex, Instrumental Variables, Development, Economic History
labor supply, fertilty, mothers
educational economics, incentives, attendance, motivation, experiment
Street Children, Youth and Governance, Labor Policies, Labor Markets, Children and Youth
child labor, financial markets development, poverty
Program evaluation, Profiling, Bayesian econometric
microfinance, credit, demand
Microcredit, Interest rates, Loan demand, Credit constraints
external validity, fertility, labor supply, experiments
External validity, fertiity, labor supply, experiments
external validity, fertilty, labor supply
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Child labour, returns to education, health
Twins, instrumental variables, development, economic history, fertility, labor supply
Program evaluation, Site effects, Hierarchical modeling
apparel, human resource management, working conditions, Viet Nam
apparel, personnel economics, working conditions
working conditions, apparel, sweatshops, plant survival, closure
working conditions, norms, personnel economics
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