The returns to education
AbstractCet article fera l'objet d'un chapitre premier d'un ouvrage a paraitre intitule:Microeconomie. Les auteurs montrent en quoi le niveau d'education est un facteur de croissance des salaires. Ces derniers s'appuient theoriquement sur la theorie du capital humain et "the filter theorie"pour ensuite se livrer a une analyse quantitative.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by LIRHE - Universite des sciences sociales Toulouse in its series Papers with number 248.
Length: 59 pages
Date of creation: 1997
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PRODUCTIVITE ; REMUNERATION ; EDUCATION;
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