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Economic roles of children in low-income countries: a framework for analysis

Rodgers G. and Standing G.

ILO Working Papers from International Labour Organization

Abstract: ILO pub-WEP pub. Working paper on economic implications of child labour in developing countries - examines the typology and socio-economic determinants of child labour, the role of cultural factors and traditional attitudes toward children, the effects on health, physical capacity, mortality, education, the labour market, etc. Bibliography pp. 40 to 44 and statistical tables.

Keywords: WEP pub; economic implication; child labour; developing countries; cultural factor; tradition; attitude; children; health; physical capacity; mortality; education; labour market; bibliography; statistical table; pub PME; conséquences économiques; travail des enfants; pays en développement; facteur culturel; tradition; attitude; enfants; santé; capacité physique; mortalité; éducation; marché du travail; bibliographie; tableau statistique; pub PME; consecuencias económicas; trabajo infantil; países en desarrollo; factor cultural; tradición; actitud; niños; salud; capacidad física; mortalidad; educación; mercado de trabajo; bibliografía; cuadros estadísticos (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1979
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Published in WORKING PAPER NO. 81

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