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Jaeger, David A.
Arellano-Bover, Jaime
Karbownik, Krzysztof
Martínez Matute, Marta
Nunley, John M.
Seals, Jr., R. Alan
Almunia, Miguel
Alston, Mackenzie
Becker, Sascha O.
Beneito, Pilar
Böheim, René
Boscá, José E.
Brown, Jessica H.
Chang, Simon
Cobb-Clark, Deborah A.
Danagoulian, Shooshan
Donnally, Sandra
Eckrote-Nordland, Marissa
Farré, Lídia
Ferri, Javier
Fort, Margherita
Fruewirth, Jane Cooley
Gelding, Rebecca
Goodman, Allen C.
Guldi, Melanie
Häckl, Simone
Hankin, Janet
Imberman, Scott A.
Lahey, Joanna
Llull, Joan
Mansour, Hani
McFarlin, Isaac
Meriläinen, Jaakko
Mortlund, Tove
Nybom, Martin
O'Connell, Stephen D.
Sausgruber, Rupert
Schwartz, Amy
Stuhler, Jan
Thiemann, Petra
van Veldhuizen, Roel
Wanamaker, Marianne H.
Zhu, Maria
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IZA Discussion Papers No. 14419
Institute of Labor Economics (IZA), Bonn
University students have been particularly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We present results from the first wave of the Global COVID-19 Student Survey, which was administered at 28 universities in the United States, Spain, Australia, Sweden, Austria, Italy, and Mexico between April and October 2020. The survey addresses contemporaneous outcomes and future expectations regarding three fundamental aspects of students' lives in the pandemic: the labor market, education, and health. We document the differential responses of students as a function of their country of residence, parental income, gender, and for the US their race.
mental health
job market expectations
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