Odhad míry návratnosti investic do vysokoškolského vzdělání podle oborů, pohlaví a regionů
[The Estimation of Internal Rates of Return on Human Capital Investment Differenced by Study Fields, Sex and Regions]
The aim of paper is to estimate internal rates on return on human capital investment in the Czech Republic. Internal rates of returns are estimated from the point of view of individuals and society. Authors did their own computations and estimations, which are based on some selected data: REFLEX survey, Eurostudent IV survey, data about wage development from Czech Statistical Office and from Information system about average salaries. Internal rates of return are differenced by study fields, regions and sex. Pares also reflects the current demographic situation in the Czech Republic and thoughts about reform of tertiary educational system including tuition fees at public universities.
Volume (Year): 2012 (2012)
Issue (Month): 5 ()
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