The Long-Run Effects of Disruptive Peers (AER 2018)

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Article

Authors Title Journal Year Edition Pages JEL Codes Keywords
Scott E. Carrell, Mark Hoekstra, Elira Kuka The Long-Run Effects of Disruptive Peers AER 2018 11 3377-415 I21, I24, J12, J24 Peer effects, Domestic violence

Article information

Program code Data Readme Method(s) & estimation Data type Data used Origin of data used Software used (Version)
1 - accessible on journal website 0 - not available online 1 - accessible on journal website Fixed effects (FE), Clustering - restricted access, math and reading test scores, demographic characteristics for children attending grades 3 to 5 in 1995–1996 and 2002–2003, domestic violence data, anuary 1, 1993-March 12, 2003, long-run education and earnings outcomes, Alachua County School District and Florida Department of Education (FLDOE), as of the end of 2010, proprietary data on college enrollment, courses completed, and degrees attained as of the end of 2012, National Student Clearinghouse (NSC), quarterly earnings for students working in Florida for the years 2000–2013 Alachua County, Florida, USA Stata

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References

DOI: 10.1257/aer.20160763 IDEAS: a/aea/aecrev/v108y2018i11p3377-3415.html EconPapers: RePEc:aea:aejpol:v:10:y:2018:i:3:p:95-121


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