June 28, 2022

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June 23, 2022

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June 23, 2022

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June 23, 2022

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June 23, 2022

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June 23, 2022

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Educational inequality

June 2, 2022

Educational Inequality

By: Blanden, Jo (University of Surrey); Doepke, Matthias (Northwestern University); Stuhler, Jan (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Abstract: This chapter provides new evidence on educational inequality and reviews the literature on the causes and consequences of unequal education. We document large achievement gaps between children from different socio-economic backgrounds, show how patterns of educational inequality vary across countries, time, and generations, and establish a link between educational inequality and social mobility. We interpret this evidence from the perspective of economic models of skill acquisition and investment in human capital. The models account for different channels underlying unequal education and highlight how endogenous responses in parents’ and children’s educational investments generate a close link between economic inequality and educational inequality. Given concerns over the extended school closures during the Covid-19 pandemic, we also summarize early evidence on the impact of the pandemic on children’s education and on possible long-run repercussions for educational inequality.

Keywords: educational inequality, education finance, social mobility
JEL: I21 I24 J62

URL: http://d.repec.org/n?u=RePEc:iza:izadps:dp15225&r=


Wellbeing

June 2, 2022


By: Richard Layard

Abstract: As societies become richer, they do not become happier. This paradox has led to a growing interest in the science of wellbeing, and how policymakers can evaluate policies in terms of what will improve wellbeing. Economists investigate what is important for wellbeing and the influence of wellbeing on working life, education and health.

Keywords: Climate Change, Education, Employment, Health, Inequality, Unemployment, Wellbeing, Wages, Happiness, Public Policy

URL: http://d.repec.org/n?u=RePEc:cep:cepins:08&r=