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Heterogeneous Trends and Drivers of Female Labor Force Participation in Developing Countries

by Stephan Klasen | Tuesday, January 24, 2017

While gender gaps in education have been closing rapidly in developing countries, gender gaps in female labor force participation (FLFP) have moved much more slowly, sometimes stagnated, and sometimes even widened.  These strong heterogeneities are inconsistent with secular theories such as the Feminization U Hypothesis but point to an interplay of initial conditions, economic structure, structural change, and differential effects of policy. 

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