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Education Policy and Intergenerational Transfers in Equilibrium

Brant Abbott, Giovanni Gallipoli, Costas Meghir, Giovanni L. Violante

NBER Working Paper No. 18782
Issued in February 2013

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This paper was originally circulated under the title Equilibrium Effects of Education Policies: A Quantitative Evaluation. We received valuable feedback from numerous individuals and participants at conferences and seminars, especially at the University of Chicago 2007 conference on “Analytical Labor Economics”, Cowles Foundation (Yale), Stanford University, the SED, and the INET Human Capital working group. We are grateful to Chris Tonetti for excellent research assistance at an early stage of this project and to Emily Nix for comments. Costas Meghir thanks the ESRC for funding under the Professorial Fellowship RES-051-27-0204 and the Cowles Foundation at Yale. Abbott and Gallipoli acknowledge financial support from the CLSRN and the SSHRC in Canada. We alone are responsible for all errors and interpretations. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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