The hidden costs of ethnic conflict: decomposing trends in educational outcomes of young Kosovars
Soumya Alva, Edmundo Murrugarra, Pierella Paci, World Bank. Europe and Central Asia Region. Human Development Sector Unit
World Bank, Human Development Sector Unit, Europe and Central Asia Region, 2002 - Social Science - 31 pages
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Age is 16 Age is 24 aged 16-26 Cohort Albanian cohorts Albanian Kosovars Albanian language Albanian Males Albanian population analysis Area of Responsibility based on Highest Born outside Former Coefficient cohort aged 16-26 Cohort aged 27-35 cohort of Albanians conflict Father's education decision to enroll educational outcomes effect Empirical Survivor Curve enrolled in secondary enrolment rates entered secondary education estimate ethnic conflict ethnic group ethnic minorities grade achieved hazard function Highest Grade Completed Household durables increase Italy USA Constant Kosovar Albanians Kosovo LSMS last decade males and females modified to Albanians older cohort parallel system percent primary education probability of enrolment Probit model proportional hazard model Republic of Yugoslavia Residence outside Former secondary school Serb model Serb sample Serbian Serbs all M&F SFRY significant Sintim-Aboagye survival function Survivor Curve based Temporary Measures UNHCR urban area Value of Household variable Serbs World Bank young Kosovars younger cohort Yugoslavia before conflict