nfluences of monetary and non-monetary family resources n children ’ s development in verbal ability in China

@inproceedings{Xiea2015nfluencesOM,
  title={nfluences of monetary and non-monetary family resources n children ’ s development in verbal ability in China},
  author={Yu Xiea},
  year={2015}
}
This paper addresses the debate over the significance of family’s monetary versus nonmonetary resources for children’s achievement and development, within the context of contemporary China. We use data from the 2010 baseline survey of the China Family Panel Study to examine the relevance of several proposed determinants in Chinese children’s cognitive achievement. Our findings suggest that: (1) family income is significantly associated 

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