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Conditional Cash Transfers and school dropout rates

Journal article | Journal of Human Resources

This paper evaluates a United Kingdom pilot study designed to test whether a means-tested conditional cash transfer paid to 16- to 18-year-olds for staying in full-time education is an effective way of reducing the proportion of school dropouts.

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