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Workplace:Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), Department of Economics, Oxford University, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2012

  1. Learning by Doing: Skills and Jobs in Urban Ghana
    CSAE Working Paper Series, Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford Downloads

2010

  1. Parental Education and Child Health - Understanding the Pathways of Impact in Pakistan
    CSAE Working Paper Series, Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford Downloads View citations (6)
    See also Journal Article in World Development (2012)

2007

  1. What can Teachers do to Raise Pupil Achievement?
    CSAE Working Paper Series, Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford Downloads View citations (5)
    See also Journal Article in Economics of Education Review (2011)

Journal Articles

2012

  1. Parental Education and Child Health—Understanding the Pathways of Impact in Pakistan
    World Development, 2012, 40, (10), 2014-2032 Downloads View citations (11)
    See also Working Paper (2010)
  2. Returns to schooling, ability and cognitive skills in Pakistan
    Education Economics, 2012, 20, (2), 139-173 Downloads View citations (4)

2011

  1. What can teachers do to raise pupil achievement?
    Economics of Education Review, 2011, 30, (3), 559-574 Downloads View citations (16)
    See also Working Paper (2007)

2009

  1. Education Gender Gaps in Pakistan: Is the Labor Market to Blame?
    Economic Development and Cultural Change, 2009, 57, (4), 747-784 Downloads View citations (23)
  2. Public-private sector segmentation in the Pakistani labour market
    Journal of Asian Economics, 2009, 20, (1), 34-49 Downloads View citations (5)
  3. The relative effectiveness of government and private schools in Pakistan: are girls worse off?
    Education Economics, 2009, 17, (3), 329-354 Downloads View citations (17)

2008

  1. Book reviews
    Education Economics, 2008, 16, (4), 435-440 Downloads
  2. Gender and household education expenditure in Pakistan
    Applied Economics, 2008, 40, (20), 2573-2591 Downloads View citations (21)

2003

  1. The Determinants of Student Achievement in Government and Private Schools in Pakistan
    The Pakistan Development Review, 2003, 42, (4), 841-876 Downloads View citations (6)
 
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