Children’s Work in Nigeria: Exploring the Implications of Gender, Urban–Rural Residence, and Household Socioeconomic Status
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- Assefa Admassie, 2002. "Explaining the High Incidence of Child Labour in Sub–Saharan Africa," African Development Review, African Development Bank, vol. 14(2), pages 251-275.
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KeywordsChild labor; Child labor and schooling; Child labor and sub-Saharan Africa; Child labor and Nigeria; Child labor and development;
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