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The Impact on Growth of Higher Efficiency of Public Spending on Schools

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  • Frédéric Gonand

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This paper assesses the impact on economic growth of increased efficiency of public spending in primary and lower-secondary education. Higher efficiency in public spending in schools can bolster growth through two main channels. On the one hand, it can allow a transfer of labour from the public sector to the business sector at unchanged educational output. On the other, it can enhance educational output and productivity of the future labour force at unchanged public employment and expenditures. The paper argues that, in most cases, efficiency gains... Effet sur la croissance d'un système éducatif primaire et secondaire plus efficace Ce document de travail évalue l'effet sur le PIB d'une efficacité accrue de la dépense publique dans le secteur de l'éducation primaire et secondaire. Une plus grande efficacité du système éducatif peut soutenir l'activité notamment grâce à des transferts d'effectifs du secteur public vers le secteur privé, ou une hausse de la performance des élèves et de leur productivité future à dépenses...

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Paper provided by OECD Publishing in its series OECD Economics Department Working Papers with number 547.

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Date of creation: 27 Feb 2007
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Handle: RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:547-en

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Keywords: human capital; long-run economic growth; structural reforms; Public education; Public spending efficiency; croissance à long terme; réforme structurelle; capital humain; Education nationale; efficacité de la dépense publique;

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