I use variation in the age at which children move to show that where
an Australian child grows up has a causal effect on their adult income,
education, marriage, and fertility. In doing so, I replicate the findings
of Chetty and Hendren (2018a) in a country with less inequality,
more social mobility, and different institutions. Across all outcomes,
place typically matters most during the teenage years. Finally, I
provide suggestive evidence of peer effects using cross-cohort variation in...[Show more]
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