The effects of women’s education on maternal health: Evidence from Peru

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Social Science and Medicine
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Publication date: May 2017 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 180 Author(s): Abigail Weitzman This article examines the causal effect of women’s education on maternal health in Peru, a country where maternal mortality has declined by more than 70% in the last two and a half decades.

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The effects of women’s education on maternal health: Evidence from Peru