This volume contains the papers and supplementary papers given at the 33rd Ottobeuren Seminar on Economics. The authors deal with current issues pertaining to education and economics, such as for example the determination and the assessment of the return on education, the influence of education qualifications on innovations, productivity growth, unemployment and distribution of income. (Published in German.)
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