Schooling and Human Capital Formation in the Global Economy
Time: Sep 3, 2004 12 AM - Sep 4, 2004 12 AM
Schooling and Human Capital Formation in the Global Economy: Revisiting the Equity Quandary. The conference, jointly organized by CESifo and the Program on Education Policy and Governance (PEPG) of Harvard University, will focus on the possible equity-efficiency tradeoff in education, with a special focus on the role of school systems for human capital formation in the global economy. Invited papers will be presented by Eric Hanushek (Stanford), Stephen Machin (LSE), Thomas Nechyba (Duke), and Hessel Oosterbeek (Amsterdam). The papers will be published in a conference volume in the CESifo Seminar Series with MIT Press, subject to a refereeing process.
Scientific organiser(s): Professor Dr. Ludger Woessmann, Paul E. Peterson