Séminaire COURNOT – Camille Hemet (Université Paris 1 – Paris School of Economics)
De 14:00 à 15:30
Détails de l'événement :
Titre : Neighbors’ Effects and Track Choice.
Résumé : The aim of the paper is to analyze the effect of neighbors’ choices on individual track choices at the end of lower secondary education. To take account of endogenous location decisions, we use within-catchment-area variation in location between small statistical units in the municipality of Paris. The results suggest that close neighbors do matter in track choices at the end of lower secondary education, but only for pupils going to a vocational track. Pupils who continue in an academic track are not influenced by their neighbors. Neighbor effects tend to accentuate social segregation across high school tracks.
Lieu du séminaire : Salle du Conseil Paul Chamley et ZOOM.
Lien ZOOM : https://cnrs.zoom.us/j/98399865077?pwd=SlFQa3FKMFc5MlBpZmI5SmtWdVFJZz09
Agenda des séminaires : https://www.beta-economics.fr//seminaires-cournot-2022-2023/