The International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) of the International Labour Organisation, published this report in December 2004. At the time of publishing it was the first integrated study of the economic costs and benefits of eliminating child labour throughout the developing and transitional world. It offers insight into the financial burden this action may bring and the economic impacts which may be expected, as a result of replacing child labour with quality education. This report presents findings at the global and regional levels, and applies individual country studies to illustrate some of the issues involved in measurement.
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