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Duflo (2001) Human Capital tion in schooling (assuming that the program had no other effect than to increase the quantity of education) range from 6.4% t0 9.1% Miguel-Kremer Randomise treatment over 75 schools – new WHO drug to control helminth infections – found big effects on school participation Translating these school participation effects into future wage gains we that program benefits exceed cost by more than ten times Limited effects on test-score performance or promotion rates End the lecture by considering (i) how limited resources represent a constraint to expanding access to ba- sic health and education and how might this be overcome and (ii) whether actors aside from the state should be involved in expanding access to basic health and education limited solid theory or empirical ev- idence on either these issues but nonetheless worth aggregating these is-
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