CSDA workshop features empirical economic papers on children and youth

March 20, 2017

In February 2017, the Centre for Social Data Analytics hosted our second workshop. We enjoyed presentations from local and international researchers on the topic of children and youth.

Presentations from the workshop are available below:

  • Interventions Aimed at Children and Youth in a Scandinavian Welfare State ‐ and Their Impacts, Michael Rosholm
  • Neonatal Health of Parents and Cognitive Development of Children, Hans Henrik Sievertsen
  • Family Size Effects on Child Health: Evidence on the Quantity-Quality Trade-off using the NLSY, Kabir Dasgupta
  • Impact of School‐Based Support on Educational Outcomes of Teen Mothers in New Zealand, Tim Maloney
  • Students are Almost as Effective as Professors in Tutorial Teaching, Jan Feld
  • Home Visiting Programs and Mother and Child Outcomes: Evidence from Family Start, Rhema Vaithianathan
  • Economic Development and Intergenerational Earnings Mobility:Evidence from Taiwan, Luke Chu