Spatial effects upon employment of outcomes: The case of New Jersey teenagers

New England Economic Review, May/Jun 1996, p41, 18p, 16 charts
O'Regan, K. & Quigley, J.M.

Provides tests of the relative importance of spatial factors on employment outcomes of teenagers in the United States. Relations between youth employment probabilities to individuals and family characteristics; Sources of statistical problems in the interpretation of findings about youth employment; Concerns on the youth's choice of neighborhood.

Wagner Faculty