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Keywords: Education; behaviour; attainment; neighbourhood effects; cognitive and non-cognitive outcomes; schools
JEL Classification: C21; I20; H75; R23
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Abstract:There are large disparities between the achievements, behaviour and aspirations of children in different neighbourhoods – but does this mean that the place where you grow up determines your later life outcomes? Steve Gibbons, Olmo Silva and Felix Weinhardt outline the findings of a series of CEP studies of ‘neighbourhood effects’.
CentrePiece 18 (3) Winter2014 pages: 22-25
Do Neighbours Affect Teenage Outcomes? Evidence from Neighbourhood Changes in England, Stephen Gibbons, Olmo Silva and Felix Weinhardt, CEE DP 122, November 2010.
This paper has been published as:
‘Everybody Needs Good Neighbours? Evidence from Students’ Outcomes in England’, Steve Gibbons, Olmo Silva and Felix Weinhardt, Economic Journal 123(571): 831-74.
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