I examine the effects of education on the labor force participation (LFP) of married women in an intra-household collective decision framework with imperfectly transferable utility and endogenous bargaining powers. In this case, individuals’ pre-marriage choices, including educational choices and matching on the marriage market, determine their bargaining power. Education…
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