Literature Review On Child Labour
These results remain robust with different estimators. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSE-06-2017-0261 Download as .
However, the evidence allows for a nuanced analysis of the impact of CTP across changes in enrolment, attendance and spending.
In general, the mechanism behind the positive impact on access seems to be the ability of CTP to address financial barriers to education.
Additionally, results from the second objective show that child labour increases the odds of choosing low-skilled occupations.
In Ghana, the negative consequences of child labour on educational attainment have been well documented. (2018), "Child labour, future earnings and occupation choice: evidence from Ghana", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol.