Monday, December 9, 2013

Child Poverty Insights: Does Money affect children’s outcomes? A review of evidence on casual links

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In the October 2013 issue of Child Poverty Insights Dr. Kitty Stewart and Ms. Kerry Cooper from The London School of Economics discuss a review of evidence on the relationship between household financial resources and children's outcomes in richer countries.

The review, initiated by The Joseph Rowntree Foundation, more specifically seeks to answer if raising household income itself makes a difference to children's outcomes, or if it would be better to focus on investing in schools or improving parenting skills.

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