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The role of credit constraints in educational choices: evidence from the NCDS and BCS70

Lorraine Dearden, Leslie McGranahan and Barbara Sianesi
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In this analysis we seek to shed light on the extent to which credit constraints may affect individuals choices to stay in full-time education past the age of 16 and to complete higher education (HE) qualifications in the United Kingdom, and on how this has varied between individuals born in 1958 and in 1970.

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