Recent evidence from Pakistan points to significant pro-male households in the allocation of education expenditures. This raises two important questions: Is less spent on enrolled girls than boys through differential school-type choice for the two sexes, for example through greater likelihood of sending boys to fee-charging private schools? And, if indeed this is the case, are girls thereby condemned to lower quality schools, on average, than boys? By asking these questions, this paper makes ...Expand abstract
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The Quality of School provision in Pakistan: Are Girls Worse Off?
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