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The effect of school quality on educational attainment and wages

By L Dearden, J Ferri and C Meghir
Topics: Social Sciences, Economics, Social Sciences, Mathematical Methods, Business & Economics, Mathematical Methods In Social Sciences, PUBLIC-SCHOOLS, RETURNS, MATTER, RESOURCES, ESTIMATOR, QUANTITY
Publisher: MIT PRESS
Year: 2002
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