Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification I

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Do Student Loan Borrowers Opportunistically Default? Evidence from Bankruptcy Reform

Philadelphia Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 15-17, 08.04.2015)

JEL: D14, G21, I22, K35

The Gender Gap in Mathematics: Evidence from a Middle-Income Country

New York Fed Staff reports [View] (Paper: 721, 31.03.2015)

JEL: I00, J16

Gender Roles and Medical Progress

New York Fed Staff reports [View] (Paper: 720, 26.03.2015)

JEL: I00, J00, J19, J21

The Elasticity of Poverty with respect to Sectoral Growth in Africa.

Bank of France Working Papers [View] (Paper: 538, 12.02.2015)

JEL: I32, J21, O40

Labour Force Participation and Tax-Benefit Systems: A Cross-Country Comparative Perspective

Bank of France Working Papers [View] (Paper: 536, 03.02.2015)

JEL: C63, H24, I38, P50

FINANCE FOR ALL: THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL LITERACY TRAINING

Bank of Spain Working Papers [View] (Paper: 1502, 03.02.2015)

JEL: D14, I22

The Illusion of School Choice: Empirical Evidence from Barcelona

Minneapolis Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: wp712, 06.01.2015)

JEL: C78, D63, I24

What Kind of Teachers Are Schools Looking For? Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment

Cleveland Fed Working papers [View] (Paper: 1436, 09.12.2014)

JEL: I21, J45

An Empirical Analysis of Racial Segregation in Higher Education

Cleveland Fed Working papers [View] (Paper: 1435, 04.12.2014)

JEL: I23, I24, I28, J15

An Empirical Analysis of Racial Segregation in Higher Education

Cleveland Fed Working papers [View] (Paper: 1435, 04.12.2014)

JEL: I23, I24, I28, J15

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