PIERI-11887 Evaluating policies to reduce teenage childbearing: policies reducing education costs of households

Abstract

We propose a study of the effect of recent education policies that reduce cost faced by families in Bogotá (Colombia) on teenage pregnancy. We propose to develop field work on 300 schools in Bogotá to look for information on pregnancy of teenagers and on access to the different education programs implemented in the city of Bogotá.


Members

Project leader: Dario Maldonado

Project researchers: Darwin Cortés | Juan Miguel Gallego Acevedo | Catalina Latorre | Monica Ortegon


Working Papers

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On the Design of Educational Conditional Cash Transfer Programs and Non-education Outcomes: the Case of Teenage Pregnancy 2011-08-01 841.07KB 0 0

Policy Briefs

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Derived Impacts of Education Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: the Case of Teenage Pregnancy 2011-10-21 36.83KB 0 0

Proposal

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Evaluating policies to reduce teenage childbearing in Bogotá, Colombia: the effect of policies reducing costs of education faced by households 2009-11-09 283.02KB 0 0

Final report

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Evaluating policies to reduce teenage childbearing in Bogotá, Colombia: the effect of policies reducing costs of education faced by households 2010-09-07 211.42KB 0 0

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