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Public Expenditure on Education and Economic Growth in the USA in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries in Comparative Perspective

By Vincent Carpentier


Earlier studies of France, Germany and the UK suggest that a common framework exists to explain the relationship between public expenditure on education and economic growth in nineteenth and twentieth-centuries. This article shows that while a similar relationship exists in the United States, the US policies were particularly committed to educational expenditure required to produce citizens

Year: 2006
DOI identifier: 10.1080/00309230600929450
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