Malaria eradication and economic outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Uganda. Barofsky, J.; Anekwe, T.; and Chase, C.
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In the Journal of Health Economics, Jeremy Barofsky, Tobenna Anekweb and Claire Chase look at malaria eradication efforts in Uganda between 1959 and 1960 and\ identify long-term changes in educational and economic outcomes. They find malaria eradication raised educational attainment by about a half year for both males and females, increased primary school completion among females and generated an almost 40% rise in the likelihood of male wage employment.
@misc{ barofsky_malaria_????,
  title = {Malaria eradication and economic outcomes in sub-{Saharan} {Africa}: {Evidence} from {Uganda}},
  shorttitle = {Malaria eradication and economic outcomes in sub-{Saharan} {Africa}},
  url = {http://www.brookings.edu/research/papers/2015/11/12-malaria-eradication-economic-outcomes-uganda-barofsky},
  abstract = {In the Journal of Health Economics, Jeremy Barofsky, Tobenna Anekweb and Claire Chase look at malaria eradication efforts in Uganda between 1959 and 1960 and\ identify long-term changes in educational and economic outcomes. They find malaria eradication raised educational attainment by about a half year for both males and females, increased primary school completion among females and generated an almost 40% rise in the likelihood of male wage employment.},
  language = {EN},
  urldate = {2015-11-13TZ},
  journal = {The Brookings Institution},
  author = {Barofsky, Jeremy and Anekwe, Toby and Chase, Claire}
}
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