Economics of Education: A Selected Annotated Bibliography is an annotated bibliography of the economics of education. The criterion of selection is a simple one: whether the country or area study contributes to fundamental generalization about the economic aspects or economic role of education. The literature on developed countries is distinguished from that dealing with the developing nations. Comprised of 12 chapters, this volume begins with a list of topics for developed countries, including the economics and politics of education; educational planning; manpower forecasting; and social mobility and reserves of talent. The same topics are addressed in the second part for developing countries. The bibliography covers topics ranging from the theory of economic growth and the role of education in social change to the problems of labor and management in economic growth; the role of education in social and economic development; the economics of public education; and the economics of human resources. This book will be of interest to economists and educators.For the reader of German there is Edding  which, unfortunately, neglects one or two important themes in the literature. A book like Schultz  ... These yearbooks deal with a single theme and contain contributions CHAPTER 1. GENERALanbsp;...
|Title||:||Economics of Education|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2014-05-09|