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Alderman, H., Behrman, J., Lavy, V, and Menon, R. (1997), ‘Child Nutrition, Child Health and School Enrollment: A Longitudinal Analysis’, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, Poverty and Human Resources Division 1700. Government of Pakistan, 1991, Demographic and Health survey of Pakistan, Islamabad: National Institute of Population Studies
Andrabi, T., Das, J. and Khwaja, A. (2002), ‘The Rise of Private Schooling in Pakistan: Catering to the Urban Elite or Educating the Rural Poor?’, World Bank and Harvard University. Government of Pakistan, 1997, Report on the PIHS 1995‐96, Islamabad
Andrabi, T., Das, J., Khwaja, A. and Zajonc, T (2006), “Religious School Enrollment in Pakistan: A Look at the Data” Comparative Education Review, Vol. 50, No. 3, Special Issue on Islam and Education—Myths and Truths pp 446‐477
  • Pakistan Integrated Household Survey (PIHS) 1991, 1998, 2001
  • Former Federal Bureau of Statistics Census of Private Schools (PEIP) 2000
  • Former Federal Bureau of Statistics Population Census, long form 1998
Andrabi, T., Das, J., and Khwaja, A., (2011), ‘Students Today, Teachers Tomorrow? Identifying Constraints on the Provision of Education’, Policy Research Working Paper Series 5674, The World Bank. Government of Pakistan, 1997, Report on the PIHS 1995‐96, Islamabad
Andrabi, T., Das, J., and Khwaja, A., (2008), ‘A dime a day: the possibilities and limits of private schooling in Pakistan,’ Comparative Education Review, 52(3) pp. 329‐355
  • Former Federal Bureau of Statistics, Government of Pakistan. 2003a. “Labor Force Survey, 2001–2002. http://www.pbs.gov.pk
  • Former Federal Bureau of Statistics, Government of Pakistan. 2003b. “Pakistan Integrated Household Surveys, 2001–2002. http://www.pbs.gov.pk/.
Jiminez, E and Tan, J. P, (1987), “Decentralised and Private Education: The Case of Pakistan” Comparative Education 23(2) pp173‐190 GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN (1984) Survey of Private Educational Institutions,1981‐82 (Karachi, Former Federal Bureau of Statistics, Statistics Division).
Lloyd, C, Mete, C and Sathar, Z (2005) “The Effect of Gender Differences in Primary School Access, Type, and Quality on the Decision to Enroll in Rural Pakistan” Economic Development and Cultural Change, 53(3) pp. 685‐710 Former Federal Bureau of Statistics. 1996. Pakistan Integrated Household Survey, Round 1: 1995–1996. Islamabad: Government of Pakistan.
Kingdon, G. and Soderbom M., (2008), ‘Education, Skills, and Labour Market Outcomes: Evidence from Pakistan’, World Bank Background Paper Pakistan Integrated Household Surveys 1998/99 and 2001/02
Aslam, M. (2007), ‘Rates of Return to Education by Gender in Pakistan’, GPRG‐WPS‐064 Pakistan Integrated Household Survey (2002)
Riboud, M., Savchenko, Y. and Tan, H. (2006), ‘The Knowledge Economy and Education and Training in South Asia: A Mapping Exercise of Available Survey Data’, World Bank Working Paper, South Asia Region, 2006 Pakistan Integrated Household Surveys (PIHS) (2002)
Nasir, Z. M. (1998), ‘Returns to Human Capital in Pakistan: A Gender Disaggregated Analysis’, The Pakistan Development Review, 41(1), pp.1‐28 Pakistan Integrated Household Survey (PIHS) 1995‐1996
Nasir, Z. M. (1999), ‘Do Private Schools Produce more Productive Workers?’, The Pakistan Development Review, 38(4), pp.937‐954 Pakistan Integrated Household Survey (PIHS) 1995‐96.
Siddiqui R. and Siddiqui R. (1998) A decomposition of Male‐Female Earnings Differentials’ The Pakistan Development Review, 37(4), pp.885‐898
  • Pakistan, Government of (1988, 1992, 1998) Labour Force Survey (1987‐88, 1990‐ 91, 1993‐94). Islamabad: Former Federal Bureau of Statistics.
  • Pakistan, Government of (1998) Household Income and Expenditure Survey–1993‐94. Islamabad: Former Federal Bureau of Statistics.
Nasir, Z. M. (1998), ‘Determinants of Personal Earnings in Pakistan: Findings from the Labour Force Survey 1993‐94’, The Pakistan Development Review, 37(3), pp.251‐274 Labour Force Survey (LFS) 1993‐94
Shabbir, T. (1994), ‘Mincerian Earnings Function for Pakistan’, The Pakistan Development Review, 33(1), pp. 1‐18.
  • Population, Labour Force and Migration Survey (1979)
  • HIES (1979)
Ashraf, J. and Ashraf, B. (1993), ‘An Analysis of the Male‐Female Earnings Differential in Pakistan’, The Pakistan Development Review, 32(4), pp. 895‐904. HIES 1979 & 1985‐86
Shabbir, T. (1991), ‘Sheepskin effects in the Returns to Education in a Developing Country’, The Pakistan Development Review, 30(1), pp. 1‐ 19
  • Population, Labour Force and Migration Survey (1979)
  • HIES (1979)
Gautam Hazarika (2001): The Sensitivity of Primary School Enrollment to the Costs of Post Primary Schooling in Rural Pakistan: A Gender Perspective, Education Economics, 9:3, 237‐244 PIHS 1991‐1992
Holmes, J (2003) “Measuring the determinants of school completion in Pakistan: analysis of censoring and selection bias” Economics of Education Review 22 pp 249–264 Pakistan Integrated Household Survey (1991). Former Federal Bureau of Statistics, Statistics Division Islamabad Pakistan