Children's participation behaviour in Vietnam: combined activities
This paper examines the influence of children's own characteristics - in particular, their age - and the composition of households on their participation behaviour in different combined activities. In Vietnam, children contribute significantly to the economy and to household activities. Most children combine schooling with work and/or housework. The empirical analysis is based on the Vietnam Living Standards Survey 1992-93. The results suggest that the chance of school children being involved...[Show more]
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