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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Almqvist & Wiksell International
"Egypt is a country that has been characterised by a low and unequal educational attainment, although great progress has been made. Studies on the return to education in the country, for salaried labour, have indicated that the country also has been characterised by relatively low returns. This thesis utilises the 1997 Egypt Integrated Household Survey to see to what extent the picture of low returns remains if we broaden and refine the analysis along the lines indicated above. We also examine the factors in the recent Egyptian history that can explain the observed pattern, as well as speculate on to what extent the pattern can explain development in the schooling attainment."--BOOK JACKET.Lindgren, Mattias is the author of 'Does Schooling Make Sense? A Household Perspective on the Returns to Schooling for Self-employed, Farmers & Employees in Egypt', published 2005 under ISBN 9789122021216 and ISBN 9122021213.
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