The importance of observing early school leaving and usually unobserved background and peer characteristics in analysing academic performance
In this paper the authors use a recent panel data set from New Zealand to examine the link between the academic performance and the decision by teenagers to drop out of school before exams at the end of year 10. These choices have significant lifetime economic impacts, since early school leaving in...
Maani, Sholeh A
|Place of publication:||
Parkville, Vic Melbourne Inst. of Applied Economic and Social Research 2007
Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of Melbourne
Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
|Data of publication:||2007|
Includes bibliographical references.
Melbourne Institute working paper
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