Birth Order Matters: The Effect of Family Size and Birth Order on Educational Attainment



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IZA DP No. 1713
Birth Order Matters:
The Effect of Family Size and
Birth Order on Educational Attainment
Alison L. Booth
Hiau Joo Kee
DISCUSSION P
APER SERIES
Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit
Institute for the Study of Labor
August 2005



Birth Order Matters
The Effect of Family Size and
Birth Order on Educational Attainment
Alison L. Booth
Australian National University
and IZA Bonn
Hiau Joo Kee
Australian National University
Discussion Paper No. 1713 August 2005
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IZA Discussion Paper No. 1713 August 2005


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