Roma children in the transformational recession Widening ethnic schooling gap and Roma poverty in post-communist Hungary

@inproceedings{KzdiRomaCI,
  title={Roma children in the transformational recession Widening ethnic schooling gap and Roma poverty in post-communist Hungary},
  author={G{\'a}bor K{\'e}zdi}
}
The Roma or " Gypsies " are Europe's largest and poorest ethnic minority. Nearly 80 per cent of them live in the former communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The Roma – Non-Roma educational gap, always substantial but slowly closing in the communist years, widened again after the collapse of the communist system in Hungary. Using Hungarian Roma data from the mid-1990's and a comparable national sample, we estimate multinomial probability models for dropping out after primary school… CONTINUE READING

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