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REAP by the Numbers
Learning But Not Acting: Women in Ningxia Autonomous Region, Voting Rights Training and Voting Behavior in Village Elections in China
Information, College Decisions and Financial Aid: Evidence from a Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial in China
College is a Rich, Han, Urban, Male Club: Research Notes from a Census Survey of Four Tier One Colleges in China
One’s opportunity to attend college and earn a degree has increased dramatically in China. However, that does not mean that everyone has an equal opportunity.
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Policy Related Research - REAP 2013
Official Policy Briefs(Submitted to China’s State Council) Research and Policy Recommendations on the Situation of Infant Malnutrition and Underdevelopment in Poor AreasAdvisory for Implementing a...
Poor sanitation breeds trouble. Intestinal worms are a significant public health problem in many developing countries, with about one quarter of the world’s population infected.
Vocational vs. Academic High School
China is the world’s largest developing country.
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