Child poverty, demographic transition and gender bias in education in India: Household data analysis (1993-94 and 2004-05)
This paper begins by highlighting some key characteristics of the demographic transition and child education and their relation to household poverty status in India as evidenced by our analysis of Census data (1951�2001) and those from NSS surveys in 1993�94 and 2004�05. Although total fertility rates have declined for the country as a whole and for all states over the last three censuses of India, there is considerable variation by space, by poverty status and by education of women in the...[Show more]
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