Title

Investing in Every Child: An Economic Study of the Costs and Benefits of Eliminating Child Labour

Publication Date

December 2003

Abstract

Report prepared by the International Program on Elimination of Child Labor (IPEC) of the ILO, analyzing the economic costs of eliminating child labor through general education and family reimbursement for lost income. Offers specific results for the various forms of child labor, different sectors of society, and different national and regional entities. The report predicts that the gain in productivity due to education will result in a net gain in economic growth if child labor is eliminated via education and training.

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http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/child/21

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