This paper is part of a larger research project on ‘Growing Inequalities’ Impacts (GINI)' financed by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme (contract no. 244592). This paper was presented at the 55th Panel Meeting of Economic Policy in Copenhagen. We wish to thank Antonio Ciccone, Marco Manacorda and all participants for the useful discussions and four anonymous referees whose comments helped to significantly improve our research strategy. Comments and suggestions from Gosta Esping Andersen, Anna Baranowska, Arnaud Chevalier, Antonio Di Paolo, Marie Duru-Bellat, Robert Erikson, Randall K. Filer, Pedro Goulart, Mikolaj Herbst, Jan Herczynski, Daniel Horn, Denis Meuret, Dan Munich, Brian Nolan, Tuomas Pekkarinen, Kjell Salvanes, Maresa Sprietsma, Toth Istvan, Panos Tsakloglou, Anna Vignoles, Rudolf Winter-Ebmer, Krzysztof Zagórski helped to improve the dataset of educational reforms. Insights and comments from Gabriele Ballarino, Massimiliano Bratti, Lorenzo Cappellari, Pedro Carneiro, Antonio Filippin, Carlo Fiorio, Luca Flabbi, Margherita Fort, Tommaso Frattini, Marco Giuliani, Marco Leonardi, Matteo Manera, Francesco Scervini are gratefully acknowledged. We also thank the participants of GINI initial Amsterdam meeting (2010), IWAEE (International Workshop on Applied Economics of Education, Catanzaro, 2011), ISEG (First Lisbon Research Workshop on Economics and Econometrics of Education, Lisbon, 2011), to the first workshop on Economics of Education (Barcelona, 2011), as well as at Georgetown University Microeconomics seminar (2011). Daniele Checchi wishes to thank the BMW Centre at Georgetown University for its generous hospitality.
Educational policies in a long-run perspective
Article first published online: 11 FEB 2013
© CEPR, CES, MSH, 2012
Volume 28, Issue 73, pages 45–100, January 2013
How to Cite
Braga, M., Checchi, D. and Meschi, E. (2013), Educational policies in a long-run perspective. Economic Policy, 28: 45–100. doi: 10.1111/1468-0327.12002
The Managing Editor in charge of this paper was Jan van Ours.
- Issue published online: 11 FEB 2013
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