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The Returns to Higher Education Teaching

@inproceedings{Chevalier2002TheRT,
  title={The Returns to Higher Education Teaching},
  author={A. Chevalier and G. Conlon and F. Galindo-Rueda and S. Mcnally},
  year={2002}
}
38 Citations
Differences in Early Occupational Earnings of UK Male Graduates by Degree Subject: Evidence from the 1980-1993 Usr
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Transfer of Learning between Higher Education and the Workplace
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Employability and Learning Transfer: What do Students Experience During Their Placements?
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Graduate returns, degree class premia and higher education expansion in the UK
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Family income and children’s outcomes: evidence for the UK
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Dependent variable is real (Jan 95 prices) log hourly wages
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Estimates of additional log wage associated to each qualification
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Estimates of Economic Return to Schooling in the UK
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