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Paul Novosad @paulnovosad
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We mapped upward mobility by ward in Delhi. The prospect of moving up in the socioeconomic distribution varies a lot depending on where you live. Scrollable map at the link. dartmouth.edu/~novosad/mobil…
The map shows the expected education rank of a son born to a father in the bottom half of the income distribution.
We're working on doing this at the neighborhood level for Delhi and for several other cities. If you are in government and want to do this for your city (in India), please reach out to one of us.
This is based on our paper on intergenerational mobility in India described here 👇 with @thesamasher and @CharlesRafkin. @tobylunt did the awesome mapping.
Full paper at this link: dartmouth.edu/~novosad/anr-i…
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