Dirk Krueger, UPenn, 15.06.2022

Using a structural life-cycle model and data on school visits from Safegraph and school closures from Burbio, we quantify the heterogeneous impact of school closures during the Corona crisis on children affected at different ages and coming from households with different parental characteristics. Our data suggests that secondary schools were closed for in-person learning for longer periods than elementary schools, and that private schools experienced shorter closures than public schools, and schools in poorer U.S. counties experienced shorter school closures. We then extend the structural life cycle model of private and public schooling investments studied in Fuchs-Schündeln, Krueger, Ludwig, and Popova (2021) to include the choice of parents whether to send their children to private schools and then feed into the model the school closure measures from our empirical analysis to quantify the long-run consequences of the Covid-19 school closures.
Time
Wednesday, 15.06.2022 12:15 - 13:30
Topic
"The Fiscal and Welfare Effects of Policy Responses to the Covid-19 School Closures" (joint paper with Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Andre Kurmann, Etienne Lale, Alexander Ludwig, Irina Popova)
Location
Juridicum, Adenauerallee 24-42
Room
Faculty Room
Reservation
No
Organizer
Institute for Macroeconomics and Econometrics
Contact
Wird geladen