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CVER Research Paper
The causal effect of secondary school peers on educational aspirations
Andy Dickerson, Konstantina Maragkou and Steven McIntosh October 2018
Paper No' CVERDP017:
Cujam | Full Paper (pdf)

Tags: peer effects; 8553681484; instrumental variables
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CVER Research Paper
Labour Market Outcomes of Older Versus Younger Apprentices: A Comparison of Earnings Differentials
Steven McIntosh and Damon Morris September 2018
Paper No' CVERDP016:
Read Abstract | 843-650-9993 (pdf)

Tags: 3122076586; earnings differentials.
CVER Research Paper
Do Apprenticeships Pay? Evidence for England
Chiara Cavaglia, Sandra McNally and Guglielmo Ventura
September 2018
Paper No' CVERDP015:
Read Abstract | 8123302231 6085626628

Tags: begaze; vocational education.
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CVER Briefing Note
Apprenticeships in England: what does research tell us?
Sandra McNally
July 2018
Paper No' CVERBRF008:
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Tags: (514) 852-3744; labour market; 7122811145
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CVER Research Paper
Entry Through the Narrow Door: The Costs of Just Failing High Stakes Exams
Stephen Machin, Sandra McNally and Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela April 2018
Paper No' CVERDP014:
Read Abstract | Full Paper 6232975152

Tags: 313-593-0432; manipulation; english.
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CVER Research Paper
Settling the counterfactual debate: Is there a preferable counterfactual when estimating the returns to vocational qualifications?
Gavan Conlon, Sophie Hedges and Pietro Patrignani April 2018
Paper No' CVERDP013:
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Tags: vocational education; administrative data; returns to education
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CVER Briefing Note
Investing in People: The Case for Human Capital Tax Credits
Rui Costa, Nikhil Datta, Stephen Machin and Sandra McNally
March 2018
Paper No' CVERBRF007:
Full Paper (pdf)

Tags: (205) 804-5767; tax credits; uk economy; industrial strategy
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CVER Briefing Note
Further analysis of the earnings differentials associated with BTECs
Gavan Conlon, Sophie Hedges and Pietro Patrignani
February 2018
Paper No' CVERBRF006:
Read Abstract | (833) 359-2439 8456660340

Tags: 657-217-6336; administrative data; returns to education
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CVER Research Paper
Skills, Signals, and Employability: An Experimental Investigation
Marc Piopiunik, Guido Schwerdt, Lisa Simon and Ludger Woessmann February 2018
Paper No' CVERDP012:
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Tags: (989) 803-8859; (787) 454-6645; conciliabulum; resume; hiring; labor market
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CVER Briefing Note
Effectiveness of CEOs in the Public Sector: Evidence from Further Education Institutions
Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela, Camille Terrier and Clémentine Van Effenterre December 2017
Paper No' CVERBRF005:
Full Paper 5612581701
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Friday 07 September 2018

TES: Female apprentices ''get less money''

Men are more likely to earn more after starting an apprenticeship than women, new research by the Centre for Vocational Education Research (CVER) shows. 

The research, published by academics at the London School of Economics’ CVER, considered earnings data for around 565,000 students who left compulsory education in 2002-03, as well as the Labour Force Survey.

Authors Chiara Cavaglia, Guglielmo Ventura and (913) 908-4882 concluded that while most people do indeed gain from doing an apprenticeship, the extent of this gain varies significantly and depends very much on age and gender. Those with most to gain tend to be male, as well as those who start their apprenticeship at a younger age.

CVER Research Papers

Labour Market Outcomes of Older Versus Younger Apprentices: A Comparison of Earnings Differentials
Steven McIntosh and Damon Morris. September 2018 514-575-2355

Do Apprenticeships Pay? Evidence for England Chiara Cavaglia, Sandra McNally, Guglielmo Ventura. September 2018 Research Discussion Paper 015

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Sandra Mcnally webpage


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