The effect of the Kangaroo Mother Care program (KMC) on wages

A structural model

Título traducido de la contribución: El efecto del programa del Cuidado Materno Canguro (KMC) sobre los salarios: Un Modelo Estructural

Juan Gallego, Darwin Cortes, Darío Maldonado, Paul Andres Rodriguez Lesmes, Nathalie Charpak, Rejean Tessier, Jose Tiberio Hernandez, Felipe Uriza

Resultado de la investigación: Documento de Trabajo

Resumen

En este trabajo se analiza la relación entre las habilidades y algunos resultados posteriores
en la vida para una población de niños prematuros. Habilidades y características del pretratamiento
son buenos pronosticadores de las habilidades y resultados de la niñez y la adultez. Ingresos
la educación per cápita y la educación de los padres al nacer están positivamente correlacionadas con el entorno familiar
a los 6 y 12 meses de edad corregida. Además, la educación de los padres y la
la proporción de trabajadores en el hogar está correlacionada con el número de años preescolares
a la que asisten niños. Curiosamente, los indicadores de salud tomados durante el primer año del
la vida son factores críticos para la decisión de matricularse en una universidad, para obtener mejores resultados
en matemáticas y ganar salarios más altos.
Idioma originalEnglish (US)
Número de páginas62
EstadoPublished - may 13 2016

Huella dactilar

parent education
structural model
wage
adulthood
childhood
worker
income
university
health

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Gallego, Juan ; Cortes, Darwin ; Maldonado, Darío ; Rodriguez Lesmes, Paul Andres ; Charpak, Nathalie ; Tessier, Rejean ; Hernandez, Jose Tiberio ; Uriza, Felipe. / The effect of the Kangaroo Mother Care program (KMC) on wages : A structural model. 2016.
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