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Socio-Economic Status and Child Behaviour: Evidence from a contemporary UK cohort
Carol Propper and John A. Rigg
This paper examines whether and how socio-economic status is associated with children’s behavioural development in today’s children. Using a large cohort of English children born in the early 1990s we find significant so...Read more...