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Andrew Foster is the George and Nancy Parker Professor of Economics at Brown University. He is an empirical microeconomist with primary interests in economic development, population, and the environment. His recent projects focus on the role of scale economies in agriculture, the impact of ex-ante risk on schooling choice, and the effect of inter-household sorting on educational mobility. He also has work on income-segregation and on long-term care in the US. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Development Economics and is currently the Director of the Social Science Research Institute at Brown University.
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आर्थिक झटकों के परिणामों को कम करने के लिए माता-पिता अधिक काम करने के लिए प्रेरित होते हैं और बच्चों का अधिक समय घर के कामों में उनकी मदद करने या परिवार के खेतों में बीत सकता है, जिससे उनकी स्कूली शिक...
Economic shocks prompt parents to work more in order to reduce the fallout, and children may spend more time helping in the household or on the family farm, thereby interrupting their schooling. Analy...