Education , Marriage , and Fertility : Long-Term Evidence from a Female Stipend Program in Bangladesh

  title={Education , Marriage , and Fertility : Long-Term Evidence from a Female Stipend Program in Bangladesh},
  author={Youjin Hahn},
of improving rural girls’ education. The program made secondary education 

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