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by Edward N. Wolff

Free eBook Does Education Really Help?: Skill, Work, and Inequality (Century Foundation Books (Oxford University Press)) download ISBN: 0195189965
Author: Edward N. Wolff
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (April 25, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 320
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics and Government
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Oxford University Press, 25 Nis 2006 - 308 sayfa. The last three decades have brought disturbing news with regard to living standards and inequality in the United States. In response to these trends, a consensus formed in Washington that greater schooling and skill improvement would lead to higher wages and enhanced productivity in the workplace. Others put their faith in the Information Technology revolution to re-ignite worker pay.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Does Education Really Help? Skill, Work, and. Does Education Really Help? Skill, Work, and Inequality. Work on this topic was motivated by two seeming paradoxes-first, since the early 1970s, while educational levels and skills were rising in the United States, average real earnings remained flat, and, second, over the same period, while schooling and skills became more equally distributed, earnings inequality was increasing.

Does Education Really Help? Skill, Work, and Inequality. Edward N. Wolff Does Education Really Help? Skill, Work, and Inequality. Wolff, author New York University.

This book challenges the conventional wisdom that greater schooling and skill improvement leads to higher wages, that income inequality falls with wider access to schooling, and that the Information Technology revolution will re-ignite worker pay. Indeed, the econometric results provide no evidence that the growth of skills or educational attainment has any statistically significant relation to earnings growth or that greater equality in schooling has led to a decline in income inequality. Results also indicate that computer investment is negatively related to earnings gains and positively associated with changes in both income inequality and the dispersion of worker skills. The findings reports here have direct relevance to ongoing policy debates on educational reform in the U.S.