Patrick Sharkey Children ' s Economic Outcomes Social Settings : Neighborhood Change and African American An Alternative Approach to Addressing Selection Into and Out of

@inproceedings{Sharkey2012PatrickSC,
  title={Patrick Sharkey Children ' s Economic Outcomes Social Settings : Neighborhood Change and African American An Alternative Approach to Addressing Selection Into and Out of},
  author={Patrick Sharkey},
  year={2012}
}
This article develops a method to estimate the impact of change in a particular social setting, the residential neighborhood, that is designed to address nonrandom selection into a neighborhood and nonrandom selection out of a neighborhood. Utilizing matching to confront selection into neighborhood environments and instrumental variables to confront selection out of changing neighborhoods, the method is applied to assess the effect of a decline in neighborhood concentrated disadvantage on the… CONTINUE READING

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