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Do export booms discourage schooling? Evidence from Indonesia (2015)

http://www.econ.tu.ac.th/oldweb/doc/seminar/475/%E0%CD%A1%CA%D2%C3%CA%D1%C1%C1%B9%D2_PP_19_%C1%A1%C3%D2%A4%C1_2558TU-ISEAS_Seminar.pdfExterner Link

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Author: Ian Coxhead, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Draft as of 18 January 2015, do not cite.

"Economic growth is strongly associated with increased education, yet export booms in low-income countries often spark an opposite trend. Rapid growth of jobs in low-skill occupations may lower overall returns to schooling and raise dropout rates, especially among teens from relatively poor origins. While the problem of high school dropout rates has been identified in several emerging Asian economies, most studies have emphasized supply-side constraints such as schooling access and cost, and shortages of qualified teachers. But boom-related changes in the sectoral and occupational distribution of job creation suggest that demand-side factors may also be in play. We explore this idea with data from Indonesia’s resource export boom of the 2000s." [Abstract: Site editor’s information supplemented by editors of Education Worldwide]

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Datensatznummer: 8601
URL (original): http://www.econ.tu.ac.th/oldweb/doc/seminar/475/%E0%CD%A1%CA%D2%C3%CA%D1%C1%C1%B9%D2_PP_19_%C1%A1%C3%D2%A4%C1_2558TU-ISEAS_Seminar.pdf
Ressourcentyp: Sonstiger Ressourcentyp
Schlagwörter / Index: Schulabgänger; Wirtschaft; Arbeit; Arbeitsmarkt; Jugendarbeit; Schule; Volltext;
Schlagwörter / frei: Schulabbruch / school drop-out; Einflussfaktor / influence; Literatur;
Sprache: Englisch
Quelle / Autor der Webseite: Coxhead, Ian
Herkunftsland der Quelle: Vereinigte Staaten;
Aufgenommen am: 08.10.2015
Zuletzt geändert am: 08.10.2015
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