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ECO 120, Di/erence-in-Di/erence Jon Robinson UC Santa Cruz October 13, 2009 Jon Robinson (UCSC) ECO 120, Di/erence-in-Di/erence October 13, 2009 1 ± 6
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Supplementary Material on Di/erence-in-Di/erence di/erence-in-di/erence let±s see a graphical example to better understand what±s going on remember from the paper that there are "high-intensity" and "low-intensity" areas high-intensity areas got a lot of schools; low-intensity areas got fewer remember that schools were assigned on baseline attendance rates, so that the high-intensity schools were doing the worst beforehand Jon Robinson (UCSC) ECO 120, Di/erence-in-Di/erence October 13, 2009 2 ² 6
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Example 2000 and we are looking at schooling attainment in 2010 schooling in 2000, and have 9 in 2010 low-intensity areas had an average of 9 years of schooling in 2000, and have 9.2 in 2010
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2010 for the course ECON 120 taught by Professor Robinson during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Santa Cruz.

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