Koleksi World Bank
Linking education policy to labor market outcomes
Examines current research and new evidence from Ghana and Pakistan, representative of two the poorest regions of the world, to assess how education can increase income and help people move out of poverty. This study indicates that in addition to early investment in cognitive and non cognitive skills, which produce a high return and lower the cost of later educational investment by making learning at later ages more efficient, quality, efficiency, and linkages to the broader macro-economic context also matter.
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