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Intra-household Allocation Table 10: School Enrolment Information for 1990 Census RURAL SICHUAN URBAN SICHUAN RURAL JIANGSU URBAN JIANGSU Enrolment (per 100 of same sex) Enrolment (per 100 of same sex) Enrolment (per 100 of same sex) Enrolment (per 100 of same sex) Age Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female 6-9 80.1 76.6 79.8 79.8 89.6 87.1 84.7 84.6 10-14 83.1 73.2 89.3 86.9 95.3 88.9 96.9 96.1 15-19 25.7 16.1 38.2 33.9 35.0 22.0 55.4 48.4 Sources: Sichuan 1990 Census, p.1316, p.1394, pp.1535-1537; Jiangsu 1990 Census, pp.470-497, and pp.508-581. ondary and tertiary education on males. This paper cannot discriminate
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Unformatted text preview: between these two effects - both are likely to be going on. Adult goods: It is difFcult to Fnd any results even when census indicates presence of discrimination. See Deaton (1997) for a review. Problems (i) difFcult to identify adults goods (ii) constitute small part of total expenditure (iii) children may contribute resources to household (iv) children may change tastes Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 193...
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