Volume 28 - Article 40 | Pages 1167-1198

Does the orphan disadvantage "spill over"? An analysis of whether living in an area with a higher concentration of orphans is associated with children’s school enrollment in sub-Saharan Africa

By Emily Smith-Greenaway, Jessica Heckert

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