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Educational Romanticism & Economic Development
An elaboration on Ricardo Hausmann’s article “The Education Myth” arguing that education is an overrated tool of economic development. This post also responds to a criticism of Hausmann’s views which appeared at the Spanish group blog Politikon; and also discusses whether developing … Continue reading
Posted in economic growth, Education Tagged PISA, Politikon, Ricardo Hausmann, school quality 14 Comments