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Settling the Counterfactual Debate: Is There a Preferable Counterfactual when Estimating the Returns to Vocational Qualifications? – April 2018

Using information from the Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data set, it is now possible to compare the characteristics and estimates for learners with different qualifications encompassing both types of counterfactuals used in the extant literature: learners in possession of qualifications at the ‘level-below’ and learners enrolling in similar vocational qualifications but failing to achieve (‘non-achievers’). […]

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London Economics at the ICO’s Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference 2018

April 10, 2018

The ICO’s Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference 2018 took place on Monday 9 April at the Manchester Central Conference Centre. Moritz Godel presented LE research carried out last year for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on the benefits of personal data rights under the GDPR. The work on  produced two important insights: the existence, rather than the exercise, […]

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