How Much Do Teachers Earn?
AbstractIn the continuing debate over how to improve education systems, many people argue that teachers` salaries need to be increased. This paper seeks to establish a reliable method for analyzing the issue using household survey data from Bolivia.
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Date of creation: Sep 1998
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