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September Issue of Oxford Development Studies Now Online
The latest issue of Oxford Development Studies is now available online. ODS 40.3, September 2012, includes the following articles:
- Anu Rammohan and Peter Robertson: Do Kinship Norms Influence Female Education? Evidence from Indonesia
- Sharmistha Self: Son Preference, Autonomy, and Maternal Health in Rural India
- Penny Vera-Sanso: Gender, Poverty and Old Age Livelihoods in Urban South India in an Era of Globalisation
- Raghbendra Jha and Tu Dang: Education and Vulnerability to Food Inadequacy in Timor-Leste
- Sarthak Gaurav and Ashish Singh: An Inquiry into the Financial Literacy and Cognitive Ability of Farmers: Evidence from Rural India
- Florencia López Bóo: In School or at Work? Evidence from a Crisis
- Proochista Ariana: Challenging Our Understanding of Health: Indigenous Perspectives From the Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico
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