Child Support and Partnership Dissolution:\ud Evidence from the UK

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Walker, Ian; Zhu, Yu;
  • Publisher: Department of Economics, University of Kent
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This paper studies the determinants of partnership dissolution and focuses on the role\ud of child support. We exploit the variation in child support liabilities driven by an\ud important UK policy reform to separately identify the effects of children from the\ud effect... View more
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