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The Long-Run Effects of Disruptive Peers

Scott E. Carrell, Mark Hoekstra, Elira Kuka

NBER Working Paper No. 22042
Issued in February 2016

---- Acknowledgments ----

We are grateful to the Florida Department of Education and Hidahis Figueroa at the Department of Research and Evaluation of the School Board of Alachua County for providing us the data. We also acknowledge financial support from the UC Davis Center for Poverty Research. We would also like to thank seminar participants at the Brigham Young University, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Fall 2015 NBER Education Program Meeting, the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Southern Economic Association, the 2015 Stata Texas Empirical Microeconomics Conference, and the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Western Economic Association for helpful comments and suggestions. 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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