The Simulation of the Educational Output over the Life Course: The GAMEO Model
The paper presents the GAMEO model. It is a dynamic microsimulation model which aims at analyse educational output. It develops a generational approach and put the stress on the ditribution of educational output differentiated by type an level of degree.
|Date of creation:||08 Jun 2009|
|Publication status:||Published in 2nd general conference of the International Microsimulation Association : “Microsimulation: Bridging Data and Policy”, Jun 2009, Ottawa (Ontario), Canada|
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