The Education Backlash Hypothesis: The Norwegian Experience 1960-92

@article{Lindbekk1998TheEB,
  title={The Education Backlash Hypothesis: The Norwegian Experience 1960-92},
  author={Tore Lindbekk},
  journal={Acta Sociologica},
  year={1998},
  volume={41},
  pages={151 - 162}
}
The paper surveys recruitment changes in Norwegian education from the 1960s to 1990. The impact of educational background did not diminish during the period. However, that of occupational class receded. The earlier conclusion from several Western countries, that educational equalization stopped after 1960, therefore, does not apply to Norway. However, the particularly large expansion in higher education after 1990 produced an equalization setback. Educational careers in this paper were studied… 

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