Externalities and the social return to education in Indonesia

It is widely known that education provides economic benefits to individuals. However, education also has the potential to generate significant externalities. These external effects of education, in Indonesia, are the focus of the current paper. They are investigated using a local labour market (the...

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Volume: 18
Main Author: Purnastuti, Losina
Salim, Ruhul
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Perth Curtin University of Technology 01.04.2015
published in: Australian journal of labour economics Vol. 18; no. 1; pp. 53 - 74
Data of publication: Apr 2015
ISSN: 1328-1143
Discipline: Economics
Online Access: Fulltext
Database: Global News & ABI/Inform Professional
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