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Intergenerational correlations from the birthday to the heyday

Recent evidence shows that despite generous public spending on child care, preschool, and education, the intergenerational correlation in education in Denmark is very similar to the US. Moreover, the relatively high degree of intergenerational income mobility in Denmark is mainly due to public transfers and a progressive taxation scheme. Using administrative data on the entire Danish population, this paper explores intergenerational correlations between various subsets of the population across several domains of inequalities to track the emergence of inequalities from birth until the age of 30. The results indicate that inequalities are established at a very young age.
Projektleder Hans Henrik Sievertsen, SFI
Periode 20.04.2015 - 31.12.2016
Status Afsluttet

Hans Henrik Sievertsen

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