The association between graduates’ field of study and occupational attainment in West Germany, 1980–2008
[Der Zusammenhang zwischen Studienfach und beruflichem Erfolg von Hochschulabsolventen in Westdeutschland]
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KeywordsField of study; Higher education; Educational Expansion; Returns to Education; Germany;
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