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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK AND HYPOTHESES
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adult age at marriage Age missing AMS samples assortative mating birth cohorts birth interval Blue-collar blue-collar jobs Born characteristics child Cumulative Frequency differences economic education equations education levels educational attainment family income family-specific farmer Father in farming Females Males Females firstborn hazard function human capital increase Javanese labor force participation labor market Lahore lntercept LOGIT ESTIMATES low-urban sample males and females Males Females Males marry earlier mean schooling middle-urban sample Mother living Mother's age Mother's education OCCUPATION EQUATIONS outcomes Pakistan and Indonesia Parents own land patterns Percent of sample Philippines proportional hazards model Punjabi regressor respondent's father respondents rstborn rural areas rural families rural Java rural sample sample probabilities schooling levels Semarang Sibling correlation sibsize social norms sons and daughters status of women Table tend to marry three countries two-tail test type of occupation urban samples variable white-collar job women in Pakistan zero