child labour

 

1. The Economics of Child Labor

by K Basu - 1998 - Cited by 848 - Related articles
If child labor as a mass phenomenon occurs not because of parental selfishness ... argument for banning child labor loses much of its force. ...
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2.Is Child Labor Inefficient?

by JM Baland - 2000 - Cited by 474 - Related articles
We assume that there is a trade-off between child labor and the ac- ...... for regulation of child labour thus stemmed from the ... recognition that the ...
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3.Child Labour, Fertility, and Economic Growth

by M Hazan - 2002 - Cited by 125 - Related articles
This paper explores the evolution of child labour, fertility and human capital ... child labour is abundant, fertility is high and output per capita is low. ...
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4.The Decline of Child Labour: Labour Markets and Family Economies ...

by H Cunningham - 2000 - Cited by 21 - Related articles
he history of child labour is for the most part, and not inappropri- ... and change in the nature of child labour that it hardly seems worth trying ...
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5.Child Labour: A Perspective of Locale and Context

by P Antony - 2002 - Cited by 3 - Related articles
The occasional spurts of attention that child labour has gained in the recent past ... child labour? This article attempts to locate the issues in the large ...
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6.The ILO Convention on the Worst Forms of Child Labor

by MJ Dennis - 1999 - Cited by 14 - Related articles
forms of child labor by category and age, permitting progressive implementation ... of abusive child labor as possible, while recognizing the differences in ...
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7.Child Labour: Breaking the Vicious Cycle

by K Bhatty - 1996 - Cited by 10 - Related articles
Child labour is less a phenomenon of poverty than of social attitudes and sensibilities. ... child labour. Historically, in India child labour ...
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8.Child Labor versus Educational Attainment Some Evidence from Latin ...

by G Psacharopoulos - 1997 - Cited by 258 - Related articles
The paper addresses the issue of child labor in relation to the ... in Latin America, is closely associated with child labor. JEL classification: ...
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9.Segmentation in the Market for Child Labor: The Economics of Child ...

by JG Scoville - 2002 - Cited by 4 - Related articles
Child labor, particularly in the third world, is a lively subject today. ..... nomics of Child Labour in Hazardous Industries of India. Baroda: Centre ...
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10Does Child Labor Decrease When Parental Incomes Rise?

is the sum of parental and child labor incomes, less savings: cl = A + ..... International Labour Office. 2002. A Future without Child Labour. ...
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11.Rights of Child Labour: Ethics, Production and Nation-State

by D Roy - 1998 - Cited by 5 - Related articles
rights of child labour. There are - or so the census would have us believe - 331 million children ... the rights of child labour, it is also a matter ...
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12Child Labor in the Global Economy

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13Child Labour in India: Putting Compulsory Primary Education on the ...

by M Weiner - 1996 - Cited by 18 - Related articles
delay the reduction of child labour. In short, .... officials are frank in saying that child labour .... of child labour and illiteracy in the workforce ...
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14Hidden Workers: Child Labour and the Family Economy in Late ...

by J Bullen - 1986 - Cited by 28 - Related articles
Montreal, Toronto, and Hamilton.4 But child labour was by no means ..... attached to a residence, where a predominantly female and child labour force ...
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15Child Labor and the Interaction between the Quantity and Quality ...

by CS Fan - 2004 - Cited by 6 - Related articles
2 Much empirical evidence indicates that, in many countries, parents allow some children to specialize in child labor while others ...
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16Implementing ILO Child Labour Convention 182: Lessons from the ...

by L Groves - 2005 - Cited by 2 - Related articles
The prevention of 'child labour' today constitutes a major research and ... A memorandum of understanding on child labour was signed between the ILO and the ...
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17Does Child Labour Displace Schooling? Evidence on Behavioural ...

by M Ravallion - 2000 - Cited by 450 - Related articles
It is often argued that child labour comes at the expense of schooling and so ... subsidy increases schooling, but its effect on child labour is ambiguous. ...
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