Social networks and employment in India

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Tushar K. Nandi;
(2010)
  • Journal: Economics Bulletin,volume 30,issue 4,pages2,769-2,778
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    • jel: jel:J0

We investigate the influence of social networks on employment. Using data from India, we estimate the effect of caste based social networks on employment. We use a methodology that allows us to control for several omitted variable biases that often confound network effe... View more
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