Child Development and Parental Investment: Introduction

Francesconi, Marco; Heckman, James J.
October 2016
Economic Journal;Oct2016, Vol. 126 Issue 596, pF1
Academic Journal
This article introduces the EJ Feature on Child Development by reviewing the literature and placing the contributions of the articles in the Feature in the context of a vibrant literature.


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