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The paper is motivated by an apparent paradox -boys seem to participate more both in the labour market and in school than girls. This pattern breaks down once we take the household work done by girls into account. In this paper, we find that there is symmetry between the factors that make women's contribution to the household economy less 'visible' than men's and the factors that reduce girl's involvement in outside work. Both are related to the kind of sociocultural environment in whichdoi:10.1080/00220380802264978 fatcat:qmfcqwn2ongwjjsdav5nyaji6e