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Performance accademica e scelta della facolta' universitaria: aspetti teorici e evidenza empirica

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  • Massimiliano BRATTI

    () (Universit… di Milano, DEAS)

  • Stefano STAFFOLANI

    () (Universita' Politecnica delle Marche, Dipartimento di Economia)

Abstract

In questo articolo vengono analizzati i fattori che influenzano l’impegno di studio, e conseguentemente la performance degli studenti iscritti all’universit` a e quelli che spingono gli studenti a indirizzarsi verso uno specifico corso di laurea (facolt`a). In particolare, un modello teorico definisce le grandezze che incidono sull’impegno profuso durante gli studi universitari e il livello di utilit`a massima attesa che ogni studente presume di ottenere da ognuna delle lauree. L’applicazione empirica presentata mette in luce come il background familiare, i caratteri del percorso formativo pre-universitario, l’abilit`a degli individui e le aspettative di voto incidano sia sulla scelta dell’indirizzo di studio che sulla performance universitaria. Emerge che, anche se i fattori forward looking sono importanti, l’esistenza di fattori inerziali pu`o portare ad una scarsa sensibilit`a delle iscrizioni ai diversi corsi di laurea rispetto alle condizioni del mercato del lavoro dei laureati.

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  • Massimiliano BRATTI & Stefano STAFFOLANI, 2001. "Performance accademica e scelta della facolta' universitaria: aspetti teorici e evidenza empirica," Working Papers 152, Universita' Politecnica delle Marche (I), Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Sociali.
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    facolt…; istruzione; sample selection; universit…;

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    • I21 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Analysis of Education

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