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Economics of Education Review


Economics of Education Review


   Vol. 33, n°1, avril 2013

   Assets and Educational Attainment: Theory and Evidence

 
  • Assets and educational achievement: Theory and evidence, William Elliott, Michael Sherraden
  • Saving in childhood and adolescen Insights from developmental psychology, Annette Otto
  • Economic socialization, saving and assets in European young adults, Paul Webley, Ellen K. Nyhus
  • Testing an asset-building approach for young people: Early access to savings predicts later savings, Terri Friedline, William Elliott, Gina A.N. Chowa
  • Asset building for and by young people, Sondra G. Beverly
  • Long-term effects of Individual Development Accounts on postsecondary education: Follow-up evidence from a randomized experiment, Michal Grinstein-Weiss, Michael Sherraden, William G. Gale, William M. Rohe, Mark Schreiner, Clinton Key
  • The impact of household possessions on youth's academic achievement in the Ghana Youthsave experiment: A propensity score analysis, Gina A.N. Chowa, Rainier D. Masa, Christopher J. Wretman, David Ansong
  • Do mothers’ educational expectations differ by race and ethnicity, or socioeconomic status?, Youngmi Kim, Michael Sherraden, Margaret Clancy
  • The effects of family college savings on postsecondary school enrollment rates of students with disabilities, Gregory A. Cheatham, William Elliott
  • Intergenerational transmission of educational attainment: The role of household assets, Jin Huang
  • Parental asset accumulation trajectories and children's college outcomes, Vernon Loke
  • “You pay your share, we’ll pay our share”: The college cost burden and the role of race, income, and college assets, William Elliott, Terri Friedline
  • Assets, economic opportunity and toxic stress: A framework for understanding child and educational outcomes, Trina R. Williams Shanks, Christine Robinson
  • Integrating resource-based and person-based approaches to understanding wealth effects on school achievement, Mesmin Destin
  • Not just any path: Implications of identity-based motivation for disparities in school outcomes , Daphna Oyserman

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