In this paper, we estimate the long-term labour market effects of Entry to Employment(E2E),aninterventiondesignedtoimprovethenon-cognitiveskillsoflow-achievingadolescents in England. Using an instrumental variable (IV) approach, we ﬁnd that E2E courses substantially increased earnings of participants in the long-run. The increase is primarily driven by a large and signiﬁcant effect on the probability to be in employment. Placebo tests and robustness checks provide further support that the link is unlikely to be affected by unobserved confounders.
|Publisher||London School of Economics|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
|Name||Centre for Vocational Educational Research Discussion Paper series|
|Publisher||London School of Economics and Political Science|
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