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ANNEX TABLE B11-4 Benefit Vector (Z) for Hypothetical Example of Scholarship Program for Girls


Elements of Vector Z

Enhanced productivity


Reduced fertility


Improved health


Improved health of children


Decreased medical care expenditure


Increased schoolinga


Increased schooling of childrena


Averted HIV infectionsa


aElements obtained by solving the equation above for Z2, i.e., Z2 = (I − T2')−1 T1' Z1.

SOURCE: See text.


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