Human Capital Formation and General Equilibrium Treatment Effects: A Study of Tax and Tuition Policy

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Policies to promote human capital formation have been advocated as a remedy for reducing the economy-wide problem of rising wage inequality. These policies are national in character and are designed to substantially alter the proportion of the work-force that is skilled. Yet the methods used to evaluate these policies are partial equilibrium in nature and… (More)

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