The Reversal of the Gender Education Gap with Economic Development

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Using household surveys covering 83 countries of all income levels, Ying Feng Jie Ren Michelle Rendall discuss that the gender education gap in low-income countries is strikingly large and that it narrows and reverses with economic development.

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