Education and Economic Growth
Lancaster University - Management School; Lancaster University
March 31, 2006
Contemporary views on the determinants of economic growth place education in centre stage. Yet the way in which education affects growth is not yet well understood. This paper begins by surveying the recent literature on the factors that affect growth, paying particular attention to education. It then proceeds to estimate a comprehensive model of growth, testing its robustness across regions of the world. Policy conclusions are drawn.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 25
Keywords: growth, education, political economy
JEL Classification: F43, I20, O40, O57, P16working papers series
Date posted: April 4, 2006
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