1. Childhood Wealth Inequality in the United States: Implications for Social Stratification and Well-Being
  2. Christina Gibson-Davis, Heather D. Hill
  3. pp. 1-26
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Part I. Trends and Descriptors of Childhood Wealth Inequality

  1. Comparing Child Wealth Inequality Across Countries
  2. Fabian T. Pfeffer, Nora Waitkus
  3. pp. 28-49
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  1. Investment, Saving, and Borrowing for Children: Trends by Wealth, Race, and Ethnicity, 1998–2016
  2. Nina Bandelj, Angelina Grigoryeva
  3. pp. 50-77
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Part II. Consequences of Wealth Inequality for Children

  1. Household Wealth and Child Body Mass Index: Patterns and Mechanisms
  2. Courtney Boen, Lisa A. Keister, Nick Graetz
  3. pp. 80-100
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  1. All Wealth Is Not Created Equal: Race, Parental Net Worth, and Children’s Achievement
  2. Jordan A. Conwell, Leafia Zi Ye
  3. pp. 101-121
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Part III. Policies That Address Wealth Inequality for Children

  1. Exposure to the Earned Income Tax Credit in Early Childhood and Family Wealth
  2. Katherine Michelmore, Leonard M. Lopoo
  3. pp. 196-215
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  1. The Effects of State-Level Medicaid Coverage on Family Wealth
  2. Margot Jackson, Chinyere Agbai, Emily Rauscher
  3. pp. 216-234
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