A good place to live: On how municipality level characteristics explain municipality level variation in children’s placement risk
Study Paper No. 29
Written by: Signe Hald Andersen
Previous studies have found significant municipality-level differences in rates of placement in care.
However, it remains unclear what municipality-level factors other than geographical factors explain the differences in placement rates.
This paper extends previous research by analysing whether various municpality-level factors explain the variations in placement rates.
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