Savings and Education Savings and Education a Life-cycle Model Applied to a Panel of 74 Countries'

@inproceedings{Morisset2000SavingsAE,
  title={Savings and Education Savings and Education a Life-cycle Model Applied to a Panel of 74 Countries'},
  author={Jacques Morisset and Cesar Revoredo},
  year={2000}
}
In the long run, education improves the national saving rate and hence growth. But A Life-Cycle Model Applied this positive effect takes time to a Panel of 74 Countries to be completely realized, and it varies across regions and levels of development. Summary findings Morisset and Revoredo analyze how education People are more productive, invest more, or are a contributes to savings. There are many reasons to believe better complement to physical capital in an environment that education and… CONTINUE READING

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