The Academic Cost of Juvenile Incarceration: Evidence from Regression Discontinuity and Instrumental Variable Analyses

The Academic Cost of Juvenile Incarceration: Evidence from Regression Discontinuity and Instrumental Variable Analyses

Published: Nov 08, 2018
Publisher: Washington, DC: Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management Conference
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Johanna Lacoe

This presentation at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management annual conference analyzes how juvenile incarceration negatively affects the academic outcomes of youth, including attendance, academic effort, and drop out.

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