Does Schooling Cause Growth ?

  • Mark Bils
  • Published 2000

Abstract

Barro (1991) and others find that growth and schooling are highly correlated across countries. A model is examined in which the ability to build on the human capital of one's elders plays an important role in linking growth to schooling. The model is calibrated to quantify the strength of the effect of schooling on growth by using evidence from the labor… (More)

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