Neighbourhood Effects on Educational OutcomesISER External Seminars

Does neighborhood context exert effects on children’s educational outcomes? And if it does, how might we identify these effects from observational data? This talk surveys our approach and presents results . We emphasize the importance of the duration and timing of neighborhood exposures on various educational outcomes on educational achievement and attainment in the United States.

Presented by:

Felix Elwert (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Date & time:

3 Mar 2021 16:00 pm - 3 Mar 2021 17:00 pm


Zoom link: Please note that this event is open to everyone, but those who are not members of University of Essex need to register by simply sending their names to

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