Do gender stereotypes reduce girls ' or boys ' human capital outcomes ? Evidence from a natural experiment ☆

@inproceedings{Lavy2008DoGS,
  title={Do gender stereotypes reduce girls ' or boys ' human capital outcomes ? Evidence from a natural experiment ☆},
  author={Victor Lavy},
  year={2008}
}
☆ I would like to thank Daron Acemoglu, Joshua An Mullainathan, Analia Schlouser, Michael Steinberger fo University and the referees and editor of this journal fo Israeli Education Ministry officials for assisting with th ⁎ Department of Economics, Hebrew University, Mt E-mail address: msvictor@mscc.huji.ac.il. 1 These conclusions result from studies with widely different studies (Dusek and Joseph, 1983), 2000 Ame students (3rd and 4th graders and their parents) (Tied 
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