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Philipp Koellinger on the Role of Genetic Luck on Education, Income and Health

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14/25 Our PGS can also *not* be used for comparisons across different groups because the existence of genetic associations with income within a group does not tell us whether there are average differences between groups, or why such differences, if they are observed, occur.

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14/25 Our PGS can also *not* be used for comparisons across different groups because the existence of genetic associations with income within a group does not tell us whether there are average differences between groups, or why such differences, if they are observed, occur.

Miles Kimball
Miles Kimball is Professor of Economics and Survey Research at the University of Michigan. Politically, Miles is an independent who grew up in an apolitical family. He holds many strong opinions—open to revision in response to cogent arguments—that do not line up neatly with either the Republican or Democratic Party.

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