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|Question||In the 1950s, sociologists coined the term “homophily” — love of the same — to explain our tendency to associate with people who are like us. Why does homophily make it difficult to estimate peer group effects empirically? How do the studies by Sacerdote and by Carrell, Hoekstra, and West discussed in this chapter avoid the homophily problem?|
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