Paula K. Lorgelly

University of East Anglia - School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice

Norwich Research Park

Norwich, Norfolk NR4 7TJ

United Kingdom

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Scholarly Papers (5)

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Are There Gender-Separate Human Capital Effects on Growth? A Review of the Recent Empirical Literature

U. of Nottingham CREDIT Working Paper No. 00/13
Number of pages: 65 Posted: 05 Jan 2005
Paula K. Lorgelly
University of East Anglia - School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice
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Gender, human capital, growth, literature review

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Book Reviews

Number of pages: 7 Posted: 06 Jul 2003
Independent, University of Tuebingen - Department of Economics, Aston University - Aston Business School and University of East Anglia - School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice
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Barro's Fertility Equations: The Robustness of the Role of Female Education and Income

Posted: 29 Apr 2004
Paula K. Lorgelly, Stephen Knowles and P. Dorian Owen
University of East Anglia - School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice, University of Otago - School of Business - Department of Economics and University of Otago - School of Business - Department of Economics

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Are Educational Gender Gaps a Brake on Economic Development? Some Cross-Country Empirical Evidence

Posted: 12 Jun 2003
Stephen Knowles, Paula K. Lorgelly and P. Dorian Owen
University of Otago - School of Business - Department of Economics, University of East Anglia - School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice and University of Otago - School of Business - Department of Economics

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The Effect of Female and Male Schooling on Economic Growth in the Barro-Lee Model

Posted: 21 Jan 2000
Paula K. Lorgelly and P. Dorian Owen
University of East Anglia - School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice and University of Otago - School of Business - Department of Economics

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