W&L’s Blunch Writes About Adult Literacy Programs W&L Professor of Economics Hugo Blunch published an article with the IZA Institute of Labor Economics.
Hugo Blunch, professor of economics at Washington and Lee University, recently published an article with the IZA Institute of Labor Economics titled “Adult literacy programs in developing countries.”
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In the article, Blunch wrote, “While mostly missing their primary objectives, adult literacy programs can still improve key socio-economic outcomes.”
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