Age Trajectories of Poverty During Childhood and High School Graduation

@inproceedings{Lee2014AgeTO,
  title={Age Trajectories of Poverty During Childhood and High School Graduation},
  author={Dohoon Lee},
  year={2014}
}
This article examines distinct trajectories of childhood exposure to poverty and provides estimates of their effect on high school graduation. The analysis incorporates three key insights from the life course and human capital formation literatures: (1) the temporal dimensions of exposure to poverty, that is, timing, duration, stability, and sequencing, are confounded with one another; (2) age-varying exposure to poverty not only affects, but also is affected by, other factors that vary with… CONTINUE READING

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