Education, Skills and Learning

How place of birth shapes chances of going to university: evidence from 7 African countries

Regional inequalities persist in many African countries. Image: REUTERS/Sumaya Hisham

Rebecca Simson

Research Fellow in Economic History, University of Oxford

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University enrolment rates have increased in many African countries. Image: Rebecca Simson

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