Mother Labor Participation and Family Education Investment Behavior: An Empirical Study Based on the 2010 Chinese Family Panel Studies (CFPS)

Author: Baokun Dan

ABSTRACT
Parents are the bearers and investors of their children’s education expenditures. It is important to discuss the impact of mothers’ labor participation on the educational investment behavior of families. Actually. This paper uses the 2010 Chinese Family Panel Studies (CFPS) questionnaire data to conduct an empirical analysis of the impact of mother labor participation on family education investment behavior. The education level of parents is an important factor that affects children’s performance, but the labor participation status of mothers affects children’s academic performance by affecting family education expenditure.

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Journal: Modern Economy
DOI: 10.4236/me.2020.111007(PDF)
Paper Id: 97791 (metadata)

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