|Title||The Impact of Child Labor on Child’s Education: The Case of Indonesia|
Employing child as a labor is categorized as a violation to the human right. But it seems unavoidable in developing country to prevent children entering labor market. Many extensive literatures on the determinant of child labor have been found, but yet, there is limited research on the impact of children work on socioeconomic outcomes. This paper investigates the impact of child labor on child’s education by using the Indonesian Labor Survey/SAKERNAS 2002 data at the district level.
|»||Indonesia - National Labor Force Survey 1998|
|»||Indonesia - National Labor Force Survey 1999|
|»||Indonesia - National Labor Force Survey 2002|