More kids go to school with cash transfer programs that make kids go to school?

However, using the categorization above, the picture is much clearer. In a random-effects meta-regression model with effect size as the dependent variable and this moderator describing the ‘intensity of conditionalities’ as the only independent variable, the coefficient estimate is large and statistically significant at the 1% level. The linearization suggests that each unit increase in the intensity of the conditionality is associated with an increase of 7% in the odds of being enrolled in school:

via Do Conditions Moderate the Effects of Cash Transfer Programs? Preliminary Findings from a Systematic Review | Impact Evaluations.

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