|Type||Working Paper - Education and Employment|
|Title||Education and earnings in Peru's informal nonfarm family enterprises|
Education improves the earnings of self-employed individuals very little when they engage in traditional economic activities. It becomes valuable when they take up new methods of production, or engage in activities that require literacy, numeracy, or the ability to adjust to change.
|»||Peru - Encuesta Nacional de Hogares sobre Medición de Niveles de Vida 1985|