The Impact of Parental Transfers on Living Standards of Married Children

@article{Semyonov2001TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Parental Transfers on Living Standards of Married Children},
  author={Moshe Semyonov and Noah Lewin-Epstein},
  journal={Social Indicators Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={54},
  pages={115-137}
}
The paper focuses on the effect of various forms of parental assistance (i.e.financial support to meet living expenses, purchase of housing, fundingeducation) on living standards (i.e., possession of material goods). Analysisof the data from the Israeli sample reveals a considerable variation amongfamilies with regard to parental support. The data demonstrate that supportis more prevalent among families of high socioeconomic origin (and ofsmaller size) than among families of low socioeconomic… 

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