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Evidence from Cross-Country Regressions

By  and Stephan Klasen and Stephan Klasen


Gender inequality in education has a significant negative impact on economic growth and appears to be an important factor contributing to Africa's and South Asia's poor growth performance over the past 30 years. In addition to increasing growth, greater gender equality in education promotes other important development goals, including lower fertility and lower child mortality

Year: 1999
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