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

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

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