Session 111:
Crime, Health and Human Capital

Friday, April 12
10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Oak Alley
4th Floor

Chair: Jeffrey D. Morenoff, University of Michigan
Discussant: Lars H. Andersen, Rockwool Foundation Research Unit and University of Copenhagen

  1. Neighborhood Violent Crime and Achievement in Chicago: Quantity versus Relative ChangeJulia Burdick-Will, Brown University

  2. The Hidden Costs and Lasting Legacies of Violence on Education: Evidence from ColombiaValentina Duque, Columbia University

  3. Violence in Mexico and Healthcare Access: Evidence from the U.S.-Mexico Border RegionKimberley Geissler, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Charles Becker, Duke University; Sally Stearns, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; George Holmes, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  4. Labor Market Opportunities and Crime: Evidence from ParoleesKevin T. Schnepel, University of California, Santa Barbara

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