Session 143:
Health and Education in Developing Countries

Saturday, April 2
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Room 410
Level 4

Chair: Suet-ling Pong, Pennsylvania State University
Discussant: Sharon J. Ghuman, University of Michigan

  1. Maternal Schooling and Child Health Revisited: Does Non-Formal Education Matter?Niels-Hugo Blunch, World Bank Group

  2. Parental Death and Children's Schooling in Two Sahelian Countries (Burkina Faso and Mali). What's Wrong with the Extended Family System?Jean-François Kobiané, Université de Montréal; Richard Marcoux, Université de Laval

  3. Household Deaths and Children’s Schooling: Quantifying the Effects of HIV/AIDS on Adolescent’s Work-Schooling Choices in MalawiFlora J. Nankhuni, University of Pennsylvania

  4. Adolescent Health and Sex-Bias in Nutrition in Bangladesh: Evaluating the Standards Used to Classify MalnutritionErin Trapp, University of Colorado at Boulder; Jane Menken, University of Colorado at Boulder

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