In this paper, we discuss the definition of child labor. According to the ILO, a child is considered to be a worker if he or she is under the age of 18 and is economically active, with the fruit of his or her labor being destined either directly or indirectly for the market. We show the limitations of this definition by taking the example of street children.
- Child Labour
- Street Children
- Worst Forms of Child Labour JEL Classification J8