CASEreport Does money affect children's outcomes?This report examines whether money has a causal impact on children’s outcomes. There is abundant evidence that children growing up in lower income households do less well than their peers on a range of wider outcomes, including measures of health and education. But is money important in itself, or do these associations simply reflect other differences between richer and poorer households, such as levels of parental education or attitudes towards parenting?
Kerris Cooper and Kitty Stewart October 2013
Paper No' CASEreport 080: Read Abstract |
Econometrics Paper The Modelling and Seasonal Adjustment of Weekly Observations - (Now published in 'Journal of Business and Economic Statistics', 15 (1997), pp.354-368.)
Andrew C Harvey, Siem Jan Koopman and Marco Riani 1995
Paper No' EM/1995/284: Read Abstract |
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