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Child Labor at District Level: A Case Study of Rawalpindi

Kulsoom, Rafia (2007): Child Labor at District Level: A Case Study of Rawalpindi.

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Abstract

Child labor is one of the problems that occur as a result of responses to the economic problems faced by vulnerable children. Keeping in view the theoretical background of existence of child labor across the world, the study analyzes the incidence of child labor from Rawalpindi city of Pakistan. It also empirically investigates the household demographics and incidence of child labor. The earning and participation functions were estimated for a sample of 150 children. All the coefficients and overall model was observed to be statistically significant.

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