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Title: Essays on Education and Health Reforms in Rural China
Authors: LI LI
Keywords: School accessibility, Educational attainment, Health insurance, Health expenditure, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Height
Issue Date: 25-Jan-2013
Citation: LI LI (2013-01-25). Essays on Education and Health Reforms in Rural China. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis aims to contribute to the empirical analysis of the impact of the education and health reforms in rural China. The first chapter presents the impact evaluation of change in school availability on children's educational attainment. The latter two chapters present the effect analysis of health reform. Chapter two analyzes the effect of health insurance expansion on household total health care expenditure. The third chapter analyzes the effect of choice of doctor type on children's height.
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