Policy Brief | Child Marriage in Georgia: Economic and Educational Consequences

Author: Dustin Gilbreath, Deputy Research Director

Year: 2019

This policy brief discusses child marriage in Georgia and its economic and educational consequences.

The brief uses the SDC, UN Women, and CRRC-Georgia datasets and shows that the practice is associated with worse economic outcomes for women who marry underage.

CRRC Georgia conducted the analysis as part of the SDC and UN Women project.

You can read the full policy brief here.