All for One? Family Size and Children’s Educational Distribution Under Credit Constraints


Economists have been examining parents’ decisions about their offspring’s education in the context of “quantity-quality tradeoff” (e.g., Angrist, Lavy and Schlosser 2010) or “birth order effects” (e.g., Black, Devereux and Salvanes 2007). This paper contributes to both literatures by examining the possibility that a child’s schooling can be increased by… (More)


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