Assoc. PhD Student
Determinants of Child Labor in Afghanistan – Theory and Empirical Analysis
Child labor is considered as an evil phenomenon, which mostly exists in the labor market of developing countries and sacrifices education, health, children’s development and their lives. Afghanistan as a developing country is experiencing the worst form of child labor since last few decades and the problem is still staggering in the country. Different academic publications, based on specific cases, hold different economic, demographic and social factors responsible for this phenomenon. However, the determinants of child labor differ on the basis of countries’ economic status and market structure.
This study will consider only supply side determinants in two separate parts which are the youth’s perspective determinants and the households’ perspective determinants. In details the study aims ...
Supervisor: Prof. Thomas K. Bauer
|2005 - 2009:||Bachelor in Economics, Nangarhar University, Nangarhar, Afghanistan.|
|2010 - 2011:||Advance Bachelor upgrade in Economics & Management, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.|
|2011 - 2013:||Master of Science in Management and Economics (Field of Study Banking and Finance), Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.|
|2009 - 2010:||Admin and Finance Manager, NSDP (National Skills Development Program) World Bank Project, Kabul, Afghanistan.|
|2013 - 2014:||Finance Manager and Economic Advisor to the CEFE International Group of Companies, Kabul, Afghanistan.|
|2015:||Project Coordinator to CEFE International Group of Companies, Kabul, Afghanistan.|
|2010 - current:||Lecturer in Economics, Nangarhar University, Nangarhar, Afghanistan.|