How Women’s Suffrage Improved Children’s Education

The Atlantic
A new study by three economists — one of them being Bucknell economics professor Esra Kose — shows that one of the ripple effects of women’s suffrage was that, across the board, children were more likely to stay in school. The findings from that study are profiled in this story.

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