Changing returns to education in Taiwan: 1978-1991

@inproceedings{Gindling1995ChangingRT,
  title={Changing returns to education in Taiwan: 1978-1991},
  author={Thomas Gindling and Marsha G. Goldfarb and Chun-Chig Chang},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract We find that private rates of return in Taiwan are highest for higher education levels (for example, university) and lowest for lower education levels (for example, junior high school), and that private returns are higher for women than men at all education levels. Unlike most other studies of changing returns to education over time in developing countries, we find that private returns for all education levels are remarkably stable during 1978–1991 in Taiwan.