Sibling Rivalry in Educational Attainment: The German Case

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Ira N. Gang; Thomas Bauer;
  • Publisher: New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University, Department of Economics
  • Subject: sex composition | Familie | education | gender | ethnicity | Bildungsökonomik | Deutschland | minorities | I21 | Geschlecht | J24 | J16 | human capital formation | J15 | Ethnische Gruppe | Bildungsertrag | education; ethnicity; gender; human capital formation; sex composition; | Schätzung
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Recent studies exploring sibling rivalry in the allocation of household resources in the U.S. produce conflicting results. We contribute to this discussion by addressing the role of sibling rivalry in educational attainment in Germany. Using the German Socioeconomic Pan... View more
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